zoramon at mac.com
Thu May 13 21:13:54 PDT 2021
I’ve noticed the lack of birds as well. We usually have a variety of warblers when the apple tree blooms, but not this year. All I’ve seen this spring is a Wilson’s warbler; perhaps it is the same one you saw as we are both on phinney ridge.
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> On May 13, 2021, at 9:08 PM, BRAD Liljequist <bradliljequist at msn.com> wrote:
> Alan Grenon mentioned this last week - but I am really feeling the dearth of birds right now - sort of feel like there's been almost no migration. But, maybe the nice weather has kept birds high over the City, flying at night, etc.?
> Migration so far this year:
> A couple of Western Tanagers, heard not seen, Phinney Ridge
> This morning, a very welcome Wilson's Warbler at our Phinney Ridge bird bath.
> Last weekend on Obstruction Island, a few Orange Crowned and 3-4 Townsend's Warblers.
> That's it. I really keep my ears open this time of year, windows rolled down, etc.. I'm just not seeing or hearing it.
> Any thoughts or reactions?
> Brad Liljequist
> Phinney Ridge
> Seattle, WA
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