[Tweeters] Easter birding: FOS Black-throated Gray Warbler in n. Lake Stevens

Scott Atkinson scottratkinson at hotmail.com
Sun Apr 17 20:50:47 PDT 2022


Heard a singing Black-throated Gray Warbler here in n. Lake Stevens (we are about midway between Marysville and Granite Falls) this morning. After perhaps the coldest single week in April here in modern history (or at least in the 25+ years we've been here), I was downright elated by the encounter. I note on EBird that Steve Pink had one yesterday as well, at Yost Park in Edmonds. Seems that in the colder years, FOS birds more typically show in the April 20-25 window.

Other notable migrants included a Townsend's Solitaire and a flyover flock of 80 Gr. White-fronted Geese. Full list of 33 species on EBird at: eBird Checklist - 17 Apr 2022 - 13704 84th Street NE, Tiny's Lane, Lake Stevens, WA 98258 - 33 species (+2 other taxa)<https://ebird.org/checklist/S107355131>.

Scott Atkinson

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