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Re: [BirdYak] Western Sandpiper at Wenas Lake, Rufous Hummers near Wapato

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  • Andy Stepniewski
    Hi Denny, From my records, this is the earliest fall report of Western Sandpiper in Yakima County. Another indication the southbound migration has begun is
    Message 1 of 1 , Jun 30, 2005
      Hi Denny,

      From my records, this is the earliest "fall" report of Western Sandpiper in
      Yakima County. Another indication the southbound migration has begun is
      arrival of male Rufous Hummingbirds at our feeder in Parker Heights last
      evening, also 29 June.

      Andy Stepniewski
      Wapato WA
      steppie@...
      ----- Original Message -----
      From: "Denny Granstrand" <dgranstrand@...>
      To: <BirdYak@yahoogroups.com>
      Sent: Wednesday, June 29, 2005 12:40 PM
      Subject: [BirdYak] Western Sandpiper at Wenas Lake


      > Hi Yakkers,
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      > I stopped by Wenas Lake this morning and found a breeding-plumaged Western
      > Sandpiper, over 50 Killdeer and three Spotted Sandpipers.
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      > I came across Richard, who was out monitoring bluebird boxes. Together we
      > went to the aspen grove in Hardy Canyon looking for the Least Flycatchers
      > that were found there Memorial weekend. Four were seen there last weekend
      > but there were none today. Richard did find a Western Wood Pewee on its
      > nest in a tree above the bridge near the gate at the north entrance to
      > Hardy Canyon.
      >
      > Denny
      >
      > * Denny Granstrand *
      > * Yakima, WA *
      > * dgranstrand@... *
      > * Denny's bird photos can be seen online at: *
      > http://granstrand.net/gallery/
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