[birding] re:list Digest, Vol 2, Issue 17

Michael Dossett phainopepla at yahoo.com
Sun May 21 16:10:29 PDT 2006

Yes, I was at EE Wilson earlier this week (Thursday I
think if I remember right) and had 4 Yellow-breasted
Chats while there without spending much time looking
or covering much ground.


--- jgeier at attglobal.net wrote:

> Hello all,
> Just some greetings from Sweden. 
> Sorry if this is a second send -- I am doing this
> from web-mail and just hit a button by accident.
> What I'd composed before disappeared, perhaps it
> got sent.
> Anyway, I have been reading the postings on this
> list with interest, and was curious if
> Yellow-breasted Chats have been seen/heard at E.E.
> Wilson yet, since I have seen a report from the
> Portland area. E.E. Wilson houses something like
> 20% of the Willamette Valley population in an
> average year and is often the first place they are
> found.
> Over here, my best sighting of the week was a
> Eurasian Woodcock hen crossing a road with four
> very cute and slow-moving chicks. Best sighting
> both because this is the first time I've seen this
> species aside from the display flights they do
> (zooming around overhead at dusk), and because my
> Swedish colleague hit the brakes just in time to
> avoid running them over, after I yelled "Stopp!"
> Cheers,
> Joel
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