[Tweeters] info needed for Magee Marsh area
heidi.kappes at gmail.com
Fri Jan 14 16:36:54 PST 2022
I was there last year when the boardwalk was closed, but that didn't
stop the birders - everyone was gathered in the parking lot, peering at
trees on the outskirts. Standing in place for 30 minutes, staring at
the same 5 trees, I saw 15 species, 3 of which were lifers. I can't
even imagine what spending the whole day on the boardwalk and trails
will be like!
There are two resources that may be a good start for you - the Magee
Marsh website has a downloadable pdf about the marsh
https://www.mageemarsh.org/ and there is a gift shop that sells bird
lists and guide books that will probably be able to point you to more
Have fun on your trip!
On 1/14/2022 3:38 PM, Vicki wrote:
> Hi, A friend of mine and I plan on going to Magee Marsh this May, and
> I couldn't find much online about the area. I was there once with a
> group, and I didn't keep much information about the area. Does anyone
> know if theres any books or pdfs, etc, that I can access online? I
> want to make the most of the 10 days we will be there.
> Thank You,
> Vicki Biltz
> vickibiltz at gmail.com
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> Tweeters at u.washington.edu
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