[birding] shorebirds?

Paula Vanderheul vanderp at peak.org
Wed May 3 22:36:19 PDT 2006

My friend, Laurel and I walked Jackson-Fraser Wetlands this evening and saw a 30ish flock of shorebirds flying over the north end where the ducks hang out in the wet fields.  You'd need to have boots to walk out to see them.  I couldn't tell what they were.  At Home today I had a fall out of American Goldfinches singing in my trees and devouring my Niger and sunflower chips, and enjoy the bird bath.  I think they are migrating from here.  At least I hope so.  They eat alot.

Paula Vanderheul

  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: rich armstrong 
  To: corvbird 
  Sent: Wednesday, May 03, 2006 11:54 AM
  Subject: [birding] shorebirds?

  in my latest attempt to find some shorebirds i went into corvallis sewage treatment plant today.
  there were 8-10 least sandpipers and 1 breeding plumage spotted sandpiper (and a few killdeer of course). there are no mud flats, but some scummy stuff in the corners. 
  only ducks were the normal wood ducks and mallards.
  Rich Armstrong


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