[Tweeters] Swallows on Edmonds Waterfront

Philip Dickinson pdickins at gmail.com
Mon Jan 27 15:54:32 PST 2020

Reported up in Skagit in Edison this past weekend

Phil Dickinson

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> On Jan 27, 2020, at 3:52 PM, Barry Brugman <bbrug15 at gmail.com> wrote:



> This morning between 10:30 and 11, I was on Sunset Avenue, north of the ferry terminal in Edmonds, and a small group (4 to 6) of swallows flew by. They were swooping around over the beach, working their way along the cliff. I first saw them working their way south, then they came back north in a few minutes, then once more going south.


> The looked like juvenile Barn Swallows to me - dark on top, white underneath, with slightly forked tails. It is early for swallows, but I have seen Barn Swallows around here in January before, in previous years, so maybe it isn't all that unusual.


> Has anyone else seen Barn Swallows this month around the Seattle area? I only saw one report on eBird, from early in the month.


> Barry Brugman

> Kirkland


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