[Tweeters] Birding in Trout Lake Area (SW Washington)

Wilson Cady gorgebirds at juno.com
Mon Feb 28 19:59:06 PST 2022

Some good birding spots to check around Trout Lake for Nashville and Hermit Warblers would be along the 8040 Road that leads to the Climbers Route on Mt. Adams. This road starts just a few miles north of Trout Lake. Other birds along this road include Black-backed and Three-toed Woodpeckers, Williamson's Sapsucker, Canada Jay and Clark's Nutcracker. Visit the Elk Meadows R.V. Park just west of town and walk the DNR trail along Trout Creek, a very birdy spot and if you have time check out the Conboy NWR for White-headed Woodpecker, Gray Flycatcher and nesting Sandhill Cranes. Wilson Cady
Columbia River Gorge, WA

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From: Kellie Sagen <kelliekvinne at hotmail.com>
To: "tweeters at U.WASHINGTON.EDU" <tweeters at u.washington.edu>
Subject: [Tweeters] Birding in Trout Lake Area (SW Washington)
Date: Tue, 1 Mar 2022 01:47:23 +0000

Hello Tweets, If anyone has knowledge of the Trout Lake area I would love to hear where some good birding spots are. I was looking at eBird checklists under the hotspot name of "Trout Lake area" - a man named Mark Lundgren seems to be the main birdwatcher. I viewed a satellite map of that hotspot and it appears to be in the middle of a brown field. I am thinking that is not the actual location the birds on those checklists are being seen. Would like to visit sometime in June to see the Hermit and Nashville warblers. Any tips would be greatly appreciated! Kellie SagenLake Stevens
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