[Tweeters] Black-necked Stilts near Lynden, WA
schasecredo at gmail.com
Mon May 23 13:04:46 PDT 2022
Just to clarify:
I found the stilts and phalaropes at the spot Wayne referenced, but they were flushed by an eagle. Levi Grudzinski refound them on Nooksack Road just south of Clearbrook Road towards Sumas. There were at least 10 Wilson’s Phalaropes plus a Pectoral Sandpiper with them. I’m not sure if they were still there today.
> On May 23, 2022, at 7:38 AM, Wayne Weber <contopus at telus.net> wrote:
> Phil Calise of Blaine, WA reported seeing two BLACK-NECKED STILTS yesterday (May 22) at Hannegan Flats, just south of Lynden, WA. There were also several WILSON’S PHALAROPES on the same small pond.
> The exact location is 49⁰55’07” N, 122⁰ 26’55” N. The pond is a few hundred metres west of Hannegan Road, between Abbot Road and Van Dyk Road. A scope is needed. At least 8 birders saw them.
> With any luck, they will still be there today and/or tomorrow. I will be looking for them today!!
> Good luck and good birding!
> Wayne Weber
> Delta, BC
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