[birding] Tennessee Warbler (in Corvallis, 1996)
calliope at theriver.com
Mon Oct 30 13:34:32 PST 2006
Hi Jamie et al.
Wow, how cool; Nice find, Doug! As I catch up on my e-mail on this
coolish (76°F), rainy afternoon here at Cristalino Jungle Lodge in
Brazil, I can't imagine a better time to reminisce about that exciting
bird nearly 10 years ago. I had first spotted it from my dad's yard in
the neighbor's back yard on Mulkey and a couple days later relocated it
on Grant where a bunch of others were able to see it over the next
days. Now shaken back to reality by the Red-fan Parrots screeching
Note: I am out of the country from August 17 - November 1.
On Sep 21, 2006, at 8:35 PM, J. Simmons wrote:
Great find today, Doug!
The 1996 bird was found by Rich Hoyer and seen by many who tried. It
was seen a north of Fred Meyer, along Grant and Grant Circle, and I
believe Rich saw it west of Kings Blvd. along Mulkey, Hayes, and/or
23rd. (Sorry, couldn't help reminiscing!)
--- Joel Geier <jgeier at attglobal.net> wrote:
> Hi Doug, Joe, & All,
> I should have mentioned in my earlier post, this is really an
> exceptional find. There is just one previous confirmed record for
> Co., a bird which stayed in NW Corvallis 1-11 Dec 1996 according to
> Hendrik Herlyn's draft /Birds of Benton County/.
> Another one wintered in Eugene a few years ago. It's still sort of
> to hope this one stays around for the Airlie CBC but ... I'll try
> look for it tomorrow to see if it is staying for a couple of days
> at least.
> Fontaine, Joe wrote:
>> Hi All,
>> The TENNESSEE WARBLER found by Doug Robinson was still present at
>> today in the exact spot described by Doug. It was last seen
>> amongst the oaks on the east side of the low spot where Doug saw
>> Nice bird!
>> Other warblers included 1 Orange-crowned, 1 Black-throated Gray,
> and 3
>> Common Yellowthroats.
>> Joe Fontaine
>> 104 Nash Hall
>> Dept of Fisheries & Wildlife
>> Oregon State University
>> Corvallis, OR 97331
>> joe.fontaine at oregonstate.edu
> <mailto:joe.fontaine at oregonstate.edu>
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