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Some Valley Co. species of note: Plumbeous vireo, several calliope hummers, Wilson’s phalarope, orange crowned warbler.
Also of note no rufous seen yet at the cabin, nor yellow warblers, yet.
But the ticks are out with a vengeance on Lickcreek Rd mossy granite out-crops😕
On May 2, 2020, at 4:37 PM, henderson.danette <danette444@...
Keep your eye out for that female Anna's with the dot. She may also have a pink smudge on her chest - both are leftover marks from winter banding. Heidi and Heather would be interested to know if this lady is hanging around nearby.
Also - just had a little male Calliope stop at the feeder. Hope he comes your way.
Our first BCHU male today too! And a female Anna's as well. She has a white dot on her head....I think likely from banding?
Hope all is well with you and family.
On Fri, May 1, 2020, 2:31 PM bike4birds <tmccabe9@...
I put out my hummingbird feeders 2-3 days ago and waited IMpatiently. Today, while getting ready for my daily ride, a Black-chinned showed up, drank briefly and (I’m pretty sure) winked at me. (Well, maybe I just wanted him to wink at me.)
Tom McCabe, Boise