[Tweeters] Common Loon and Yellow-headed Blackbird Lake Ballinger

Alan Knue temnurus at gmail.com
Thu Apr 29 11:01:46 PDT 2021

The blackbird was still present on the northern edge of the lake, west of
the creek as of 10:30am. The blackbird can be seen from the Interurban
Trail looking east along the northern edge of the lake as well as from the
park. The loon appeared to have moved on, likely due to the increase in
boating activity on the lake.

I also encountered a hybrid Golden-crowned X White-Crowned Sparrow along
the Interurban Trail on the Edmonds side in the front yard of one of the
homes along the trail. It was singing an odd 4-note whistled song that
caught my attention. More details on my checklist:

Best, Alan

Alan Knue
Edmonds, WA

On Thu, Apr 29, 2021 at 7:53 AM Alan Knue <temnurus at gmail.com> wrote:

> The blackbird is moving around a lot but mostly around northwest edge of

> lake. The loon is on the southern end of the lake best seen from western

> access point.


> Alan Knue

> Edmonds, WA


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