[Tweeters] Migration?

Michael Hobbs birdmarymoor at gmail.com
Thu May 13 21:25:28 PDT 2021

This week at Marymoor we finally had decent numbers for some of the
neotropical migrants. But we've had no empids and no pewee yet. Vaux's
Swift numbers have been very low. Swallow numbers have been low.

Sunday, I did the Toppenish sector of the Yakima Migration Count and had
pitifully few warblers and sparrows.

My sense is that neotropical migrants are below 50% of normal, but we'll
have hard data within a few weeks to answer these questions for real.

- Michael

On Thu, May 13, 2021, 9:07 PM BRAD Liljequist <bradliljequist at msn.com>

> 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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