[birding] Miller Millet Park?
bmwboarder at gmail.com
Mon Jun 17 18:40:55 PDT 2013
Hey Jeff, midvalley, and OBOL,
A couple other people got in touch with Tyler and below is what was
forwarded on to me:
The name of the park is Buell-Miller County Park and it is east of
The warbler is hanging out in the cottonwoods/willows on the sw side of the
park. Park at the boat ramp and take the trail south of the portapotty.
This trail will take you across the park which is mostly dominated by
Scotch Broom. The broom field is full of Lazuli Buntings and
Yellow-breasted Chats. The trail will enter the cottonwood forest and then
split after 150 yards. Take the south split (downriver) the B&W Warbler was
hanging out in the cottonwoods/willows as the trail exits (see map) onto a
large gravel bar south to a willow dominated area with wetlands. I was
fishing here from 5 AM to 10 AM and the bird sang consistently the whole
time. It is a male.
On Mon, Jun 17, 2013 at 6:18 PM, Jeff Fleischer <raptorrunner97321 at yahoo.com
> HI Brandon,
> I just posted to OBOL a request for Tyler Hicks to contact me about the
> warbler sighting, hope he responds as this is a very rare sighting here in
> Linn County. I have lived in Albany for 26 years and have never heard of
> Miller Millet Park! :) If I find out anything new I will let you know,
> *From:* Brandon Wagner <bmwboarder at gmail.com>
> *To:* Midvalley Birding <birding at midvalleybirding.org>
> *Sent:* Monday, June 17, 2013 1:54 PM
> *Subject:* [birding] Miller Millet Park?
> Does anyone know where this is? I can't find it on any maps.
> PS: Just for fun, I had an Acorn Woodpecker eating away at my bird feeder
> this afternoon.
> Brandon Wagner
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