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Re: [BirdYak] Mt Aix birds

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  • Andy Stepniewski
    Scott, Any snow or many downed trees on the way up? I m thinking of trying that trail, do you think it s too steep for me? Andy ... From: S Ray
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      Scott,

      Any snow or many downed trees on the way up? I'm thinking of trying that
      trail, do you think it's too steep for me?

      Andy
      ----- Original Message -----
      From: S Ray <mryakima@...>
      To: BirdYak <BirdYak@yahoogroups.com>
      Sent: Sunday, June 29, 2003 3:54 PM
      Subject: [BirdYak] Mt Aix birds


      > Saturday afternoon my son and I attempted to make it to the top of 7700
      > ft Mt. Aix. Due to our late (noon) start, however, we only made it as
      > high as Nelson Ridge at about 7100 ft.
      >
      > A new find for me was fledgling CLARK'S NUTCRACKERS being fed by adults
      > at about 6500 feet.
      >
      > A few species seen included
      >
      >
      > Calliope Hummingbird
      > Pileated Woodpecker
      > Pacific Slope Flycatcher
      > Gray Jay
      > Steller's Jay
      > Clark's Nutcracker
      > Mountain Chickadee
      > Red-breasted Nuthatch
      > Winter Wren
      > Golden-crowned Kinglet
      > Hermit Thrush
      > Cassin's Vireo
      > Nashville Warbler
      > Yellow-rumped Warbler
      > Townsend's Warbler
      > Wilson's Warbler
      > Western Tanager
      > Dark-eyed Junco
      > Pine Siskin
      > Evening Grosbeak
      >
      > Also seen were 10 Mountain Goats including 5 adults, 3 current year
      > kids, and 2 yearlings.
      >
      >
      > Scott Ray
      > East end of Mieras Rd
      > Moxee, WA
      > mryakima at nwinfo dot net
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      > Scott Ray
      > East end of Mieras Rd
      > Moxee, WA
      > mryakima at nwinfo dot net
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