[Tweeters] M Street marsh, Auburn

Charles Ford charlyford at aol.com
Wed May 19 05:55:49 PDT 2021

Hi Carl,      I am also new to the area and often find eBird location markers and Tweeters descriptions don't always lead me to the place where the birds are, and once there, it's often not obvious where it is permitted or not permitted to walk, to approach the birds. M Street Marsh is a large north-south pond off a two-lane highway. For viewing, there is a dirt/grass road to the south of it, which turns and runs up the east side of the pond. So, you are best to bring a scope, since the shorebirds are often too far from the dirt road to be identified with binoculars. To the south of the large pond is a smaller pond, largely blocked from view by reeds. It is best seen from the highway to the east, though you can get glimpses of it from the east-west section of the dirt road.     Hope that's helpful,     Charlie Ford 

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From: J Christian Kessler <1northraven at gmail.com>
To: Jeffrey Bryant <jbryant_68 at yahoo.com>
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Sent: Tue, May 18, 2021 5:15 pm
Subject: Re: [Tweeters] M Street marsh, Auburn

can someone help me locate the M Street Marsh in Auburn?  it is not listed in the Birders' Guide to Washington, and is (of course) unknown to Google Maps.
Chris Kessler

On Tue, May 18, 2021 at 3:36 PM Jeffrey Bryant <jbryant_68 at yahoo.com> wrote:

In addition to the continuing Pectoral Sandpiper, there is currently (3:30) a Semipalmated Sandpiper on the far side of the southernmost pond. It seems to follow the resident pair of Spotties. Also three late Gr Yellowlegs, three LB Dowitchers, adorable pair of downy Killdeer chicks, and FOUR Lazuli Buntings

Jeff Bryant
(Formerly) Seattle
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