[Tweeters] Marymoor Park (Redmond, King Co.) 2022-09-29

Matt Bartels mattxyz at earthlink.net
Thu Sep 29 19:11:20 PDT 2022

Hi Tweets -
Brian and I led the weekly Marymoor walk again this week, eager to find something to make Michael regret missing the day. Alas, the birds once again refused to cooperate. It was fairly birdy all day, but the birds were just the same regulars, with very little notable on the day

“Highlights” -
Ring-necked Duck - one in the slough our FOF [first-of-fall]
Green Heron - one spotted by Warren, amazingly directly in front of us yet invisible, until he said something.
Swainson’s Thrush - none seen, once again, but still several calling before dawn
Fox Sparrow - they’ve been back for a couple weeks, but this week they were ready to come out and be more visible to us.
Golden-crowned Sparrow - growing numbers arriving in the park now
Yellow-rumped Warbler - not many seen well, but several small flocks flitting around
Just not a ton to report

Misses included
Golden-crowned Kinglet
American Pipit
European Starling
Barn Swallow

For the day 50 species —

Matt Bartels
Seattle, WA
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