[Tweeters] ID: Mystery bird call, San Juan Island, 8/31/2020 - Red Crossbill

Tucker, Trileigh TRI at seattleu.edu
Mon Jun 21 15:58:24 PDT 2021


Hi all,

Thanks to this community’s generosity, I now have a unanimous vote for Red Crossbill. One person postulated that it’s a female.

My friend is very grateful, and so am I!

Cheers,
Trileigh

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Trileigh Tucker
Professor Emerita of Environmental Studies, Seattle University
Pelly Valley, West Seattle
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From: Trileigh Tucker <tri at seattleu.edu<mailto:tri at seattleu.edu>>
Date: Monday, June 21, 2021 at 12:54 PM
To: "tweeters at u.washington.edu<mailto:tweeters at u.washington.edu>" <tweeters at u.washington.edu<mailto:tweeters at u.washington.edu>>
Subject: Mystery bird call, San Juan Island, 8/31/2020

Hello Tweets,

A friend of mine made this recording last summer on the east side of San Juan Island and hasn’t been able to identify it. It’s not a call I’m familiar with either. She says it was calling from the top of a tree and estimated it was about robin-sized (backlit so only silhouetted), and hasn’t heard it since, even though she lives part-time on SJI.

Here’s the link – any thoughts?
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1c2w81RT15VD4ZvzMOG2_Ry0KWl3x3gis/view?usp=sharing

Good birding,
Trileigh

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Trileigh Tucker
Professor Emerita of Environmental Studies, Seattle University
Pelly Valley, West Seattle
NaturalPresenceArts.com<https://naturalpresencearts.com/>
Fine art at naturalpresencearts.com/photography/portfolio<https://naturalpresencearts.com/photography/portfolio/>
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