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A new yard bird

Joan Bergstrom <bergjoan@...>
 

We stuck our heads outside last night about 9:45 p.m. and heard two
Great Horned Owls calling. We tried an
imitation and one flew to the top of a power pole on the corner of our
property. It continued to call and be answered. Several times it
turned its head to look at us on the front walk. As we walked back into
the house it flew toward the other owl.

Neat!

Dick and Joan Anderson, Pocatello, ID
bergjoan@ida.net


Re: Great Egrets

Joan Bergstrom <bergjoan@...>
 

With snow on the ground, if you hit or brush the mullein spike, the snow will be covered with the tiny seeds. I suspect they provide both seeds and insects for the birds.  Joan Anderson, Pocatello

Linda Carrigan wrote:

--- Russ Manwaring wrote:
> On the Payette route this late morning there was a
> Bald Eagle at the HWY 52 bridge, many Redtails, N.
> Harriers, Am Kestrels, 16 or so Wild Turkeys at
> Willow Creek.
>
> Mid afternoon near Hamilton's Corner there were two
> Great Egrets loafing in a pasture on the south side
> of HWY 52.  Noted a Downy Woodpecker at Letha.  What
> is it about those Hairy Mulleins they like.  That
> flowered spike must be a good winter nook for
> insects.  Noted two more Downys on evening walk;
> they were on a silver maple.  I heard them call and
> I called them right down to my level.  I digress, at
> Letha 7 mile slough there were Am Widgeons and one
> N. Shoveler, 2 Pied-billed Grebe as well as the
> Mallards.  Jumped 5 Wood Ducks on my evening walk,
> too.  They complained.
> Russ Manwaring
> Emmett, ID
> rmanwaring@...
>
Russ,

Just wanted to comment on your observation of the
Downy's on the Mulleins.  I too have seen Downy's pick
their spikes over Cottonwoods and other trees.  I
watched one for about 20 minutes down by the Snake
River systematically targeting the spikes over trees.
Like you said must have a host of insects hiding in
them come winter.
Brian

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Fw: Crows and White-crowned sparrows

Andy Crabtree <atree@...>
 

 

I had one question for the group until this morning when I heard a white crowned male singing.
 
First, in Caldwell at Albertson College several hundred crows have taken up residency. This has caused quite a problem with noise and the resulting mess of droppings everywhere. Also many crows have been dying there, 300 on Saturday last and 200 on Sunday the 15 and the 16th. The grounds folks there have been cleaning up allot. Some students thought that ACI had been poisoning them, they were told that it is the local farmers and the crows die at the College at night. Is this legal and happen allot?
 
Second and not so much a controversy, is it possible that a White-crown SP male is courting this early\late? He is singing and circling a female, showing her food and chasing other birds away.
 
Thanks
Andy Crabtree
Nampa, ID


Re: Great Egrets

lcarrigan_55
 

--- Russ Manwaring <rmanwaring@mindspring.com> wrote:
On the Payette route this late morning there was a
Bald Eagle at the HWY 52 bridge, many Redtails, N.
Harriers, Am Kestrels, 16 or so Wild Turkeys at
Willow Creek.

Mid afternoon near Hamilton's Corner there were two
Great Egrets loafing in a pasture on the south side
of HWY 52. Noted a Downy Woodpecker at Letha. What
is it about those Hairy Mulleins they like. That
flowered spike must be a good winter nook for
insects. Noted two more Downys on evening walk;
they were on a silver maple. I heard them call and
I called them right down to my level. I digress, at
Letha 7 mile slough there were Am Widgeons and one
N. Shoveler, 2 Pied-billed Grebe as well as the
Mallards. Jumped 5 Wood Ducks on my evening walk,
too. They complained.
Russ Manwaring
Emmett, ID
rmanwaring@mindspring.com
Russ,

Just wanted to comment on your observation of the
Downy's on the Mulleins. I too have seen Downy's pick
their spikes over Cottonwoods and other trees. I
watched one for about 20 minutes down by the Snake
River systematically targeting the spikes over trees.
Like you said must have a host of insects hiding in
them come winter.
Brian


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Great Egrets

Russ Manwaring <rmanwaring@...>
 

On the Payette route this late morning there was a Bald Eagle at the HWY 52 bridge, many Redtails, N. Harriers, Am Kestrels, 16 or so Wild Turkeys at Willow Creek.
 
Mid afternoon near Hamilton's Corner there were two Great Egrets loafing in a pasture on the south side of HWY 52.  Noted a Downy Woodpecker at Letha.  What is it about those Hairy Mulleins they like.  That flowered spike must be a good winter nook for insects.  Noted two more Downys on evening walk; they were on a silver maple.  I heard them call and I called them right down to my level.  I digress, at Letha 7 mile slough there were Am Widgeons and one N. Shoveler, 2 Pied-billed Grebe as well as the Mallards.  Jumped 5 Wood Ducks on my evening walk, too.  They complained.
Russ Manwaring
Emmett, ID
rmanwaring@...


Rexburg CBC

Darren Clark <riversilt@...>
 

I don't have the list for the Rexburg CBC, but here are the highlights that I remember:

Pied-billed Grebe
Great Blue Heron
Trumpeter Swan 50-75 (I think)
Wood Duck 7
Green-winged Teal
Common Goldeneye
Common Merganser
Bald Eagle
Harrier
Sharp-shinned Hawk
Red-tailed Hawk
Rough-legged Hawk
Gray Partridge
Ring-necked Pheasant
Killdeer
Common Snipe
Ring-billed Gull 1 (new count bird I think)
Mourning Dove
Great-horned Owl
Downy Woodpecker
Hairy Woodpecker
Horned Lark
Steller's Jay
Creeper
Townsend's Solitaire
Cedar Waxwing
Northern Shrike
Tree Sparrow
Song Sparrow
Red-winged Blackbird
Gray-crowned Rosy-Finch 50
Red Crossbill 12 (new count bird)
Common Redpoll 300 or so

This is not a complete list. I left off obvious birds. Our total was 52 species, which ties the highest number of species seen on the Rexburg CBC (set last year).


Darren Clark
Rexburg, ID
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Fw: [inland-NW-birders] Moscow ID/Pullman WA CBC Results

Charles Swift <charless@...>
 

Idaho birders - please post Idaho CBC results or highlights to IBLE if possible. This is what we had up our way. Good counting!!

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Charles E. Swift
charless@...
Moscow, ID, USA
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
 
 

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Monday, December 17, 2001 9:33 PM
Subject: [inland-NW-birders] Moscow ID/Pullman WA CBC Results

With good weather came a good Count Day. The unofficial results clearly produce both our second highest ever number of species and also individuals. 64 species, plus one race and 9755 individual birds. Species with the total individuals in BOLD are new records for the species. Not included below for Count Week is a Dipper reported today by Tom & Diane Weber. Good job to our hardy birders that were rewarded with a pleasant December day to enjoy such an outing. Merry Christmas.

Great Blue Heron 9
Canada Goose 375
Green-winged Teal 18
Mallard 829
American Wigeon 1
Bald Eagle 1
N. Harrier (Marsh Hawk) 3
Sharp-shinned Hawk 4
Cooper's Hawk 1
Accipiter, species? 2
Red-tailed Hawk 150
Rough-legged Hawk 59
Buteo, species? 19
Am. Kestrel (Sparrow Hawk) 57
Merlin (Pigeon Hawk) 2
Prairie Falcon 1
Gray Partridge (Hun) 250
Ring-necked Pheasant 337
Ruffed Grouse 2
Wild Turkey 40
California Quail 329
Common Snipe 2
Rock Dove 431
Mourning Dove 61
Barn Owl 3
Great-horned Owl 9
Long-earred Owl 1
Short-earred Owl 1
Saw-whet Owl  1
Belted Kingfisher 2
Downy Woodpecker 8
Hairy Woodpecker 3
N. (Red-shafted) Flicker 90
Horned Lark 1
Steller's Jay 4
Blue Jay 1
Black-billed Magpie 455
Am. Crow 9
Common Raven 58
Black-capped Chickadee 170
Mountain Chickadee 28
Chestnut-backed Chickadee 17
Red-breasted Nuthatch 38
Pygmy Nuthatch 61
Brown Creeper 8
Bewick's Wren 13
Winter Wren 2
Marsh Wren 3
Golden-crowned Kinglet 32
Townsend's Solitaire 4
Am. Robin 367
Varied Thrush 8
Bohemian Waxwing 468
Cedar Waxwing 10
Northern Shrike 1
Eur. Starling 2252
Song Sparrow 140
White-crowned Sparrow 32
Dark-eyed (Slate) Junco 40
Dark-eyed (Oregon) Junco 572
Dark-eyed Junco, form? 8
Gray-crowned Rosy Finch 60
House Finch 574
Common Redpoll 135
Pine Siskin 52
Am. Goldfinch 158
Evening Grosbeak 30
House Sparrow 843
 
TOTAL SPECIES 64
TOTAL INDIVIDUALS 9755
 

--
Dave Holick
Moscow, Idaho
 


ducks galore

Colleen Troxler
 

This morning I took my usual stroll along the
greenbelt and into Ann Morrison Park. I was pleasantly
surprised to find quite a few species of ducks in the
area, not to mention fairly high numbers of most of
the species. Among them was the injured Eurasian
Wigeon from Julia Davis park, who seems to have
decided that Ann Morrison is more to his liking right
now :) Other ducks floating the river and the ponds
of Ann Morrison Park,Boise:

Common Merganser
Hooded Merganser
American Wigeon
Bufflehead
American Goldeneye
Barrow's Goldeneye (adult male w/in the group of
Americans)
Female Scaup (Not sure if it was a lesser or greater -
didn't have my field guide handy!)
Mallard (of course!)

Colleen Moulton
Boise State University



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Re: Ivory-Billed Search

Dave Faike
 

Bob et.al. -  For fun, follow the link in the first post. The [recent] lore surrounding prior searches and undocumented sightings is unfolding like a good mystery novel; the photo-diaries and the letter from Kenn Duke are especially fascinating. Of interest, at least three Team members have already seen or heard one or more IBWPs within the last couple of years at Pearl River WMA (there have been other undocumented sightings in other areas from La to Fl). Acceptable documentation of this species has become the Holy Grail of bird conservation ...with major support/funding.



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Re: Ivory-Billed Search

Bob Davis
 

Dave, Thanks for the heads up about the Ivory-billed WP search.  Very interesting.  I hope they are successful.
 
Bob Davis

-----Original Message-----
From: Dave Faike <dfaike@...>
To: ible@... <ible@...>
Date: Tuesday, December 18, 2001 8:31 PM
Subject: [IBLE] Ivory-Billed Search

...of interest to anyone wishing to follow developments.  df

"LABIRD:  the launch date for the Zeiss-sponsored search of the Pearl River
WMA for Ivory-billed Woodpecker is 17 January.  We've beefed up the search
considerably from the original plan -- we're now up to three 2-person
teams plus perhaps two dozen remote listening devices to be deployed by
Cornell Lab of Ornithology.  If there are Ivory-billeds in there, we WILL find them.

Details are at:   http://www.museum.lsu.edu/~Remsen/IBW.html

This site will be updated with any new developments.  Once the search is
underway, we will post summary reports at least weekly."



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Ivory-Billed Search

Dave Faike
 

...of interest to anyone wishing to follow developments.  df

"LABIRD:  the launch date for the Zeiss-sponsored search of the Pearl River
WMA for Ivory-billed Woodpecker is 17 January.  We've beefed up the search
considerably from the original plan -- we're now up to three 2-person
teams plus perhaps two dozen remote listening devices to be deployed by
Cornell Lab of Ornithology.  If there are Ivory-billeds in there, we WILL find them.

Details are at:   http://www.museum.lsu.edu/~Remsen/IBW.html

This site will be updated with any new developments.  Once the search is
underway, we will post summary reports at least weekly."



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mixed songbirds @ Kathryn Albertson (Boise)

Jay D Carlisle <jcarlisl@...>
 

Greetings

On this cold, windy day I needed fresh air & a break from my windowless
office. I biked up to Kathryn Albertson Park and found a great mix of
songbirds & the like attracted to the abundant fruit as well as the
feeders up on the rim above the S end. Most birds were right around
the pavillion/shelter area on the S side.

Bohemian Waxwings (2 picture-perfect; including yellow-tipped primaries)
Cedar Waxwings
American Robin
Townsend's Solitaire (1)
Starlings
Pine Siskins (big flock attacked at feeders by kestrel)
Am. Goldfinch
& others

Jay Carlisle
University of South Dakota & Idaho Bird Observatory


suet

bill addington <babybloomers@...>
 

I made some suet in hopes of persuading the flickers and downy
woodpeckers to stick around a while this winter. It seems to have not
worked. The downy is definitely now uncommon and the flickers I still
see a couple times a week.
However, I was dismayed to find the starlings ravishing my home made suet
cakes(rendered fat, peanut butter, old weevil colonized cereals). Then I
got a little surprised enjoyment when the juncos found them. They have
been occasionally chasing a starling so they can get a little more bites.
Mostly they have been sitting on top of the suet cage or a nearby branch
while they feed. Today though I have seen a couple trying to hang from
the side of the cage. Very funny, they flap wings furiously and can hang
only long enough to get a couple bites.
Still watching the thistle socks very careful, hoping another redpoll
will visit for a while. The previous one was sighted for 5 days and has
since vanished as quickly as it appeared.
bill addington
sand hollow
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Little Gulls departure?

Charles Trost
 

Howdy,
    Yesterday Dan Taylor and I looked for the Little Gull below Am. Falls dam, with no success.  There were 4 Bonaparte's Gulls still present, but the reservoir is now frozen and there isn't much open water in the remnant of a river.  I last saw the LIGU on 12-10, and on 12-13 a birder in Salt Lake found an adult, basic plumage LIGU off the causeway out to Antelope Island.  Same critter? I'd bet on it.
Good Birding!
Chuck Trost


Re: ducks, bird plants

cliffkeene <ckeene@...>
 

Bill,
It might help some folks to post the web site of "Bird Plants".
I found it at: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Bird_Plants/
Since I like birds and plants, I may consider joining, Thanks.
/s/ Cliff Keene, Salmon, ID


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... snip ...> AND, Dave is allowing me a one time only plug about a
new group I am in
the process of creating. It is very similar to IBLE, but would be
for
discussion of bird plants. You should be able to find it from
yahoo
groups page or send me a personal email and I will send you an
invite.
It is called "bird plants".
Thanks Dave and none of us shall mention of it again.
bill addington
sand hollow
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Re: Digest Number 572

The Dumroese Family <dumroese@...>
 

Michael,

Don't blame me! If I was going to kidnap it, I'd at least keep it on the
Idaho side of the line! The best we can do right now in Moscow is a
cooperative little saw-whet.

Cheers.

Kas

Message: 7
Date: Mon, 17 Dec 2001 10:31:21 -0700
From: "Michael Wiegand" <MWiegand@scpglobal.com>
Subject: Re: RBA: N ID / E WA / NE OR -- 12/14/2001

Hey Kas,

Did you guys kidnap our Barred Owl? Prefers woody riparian areas below
dams...sounds just like the one we've had in Barber Park (East Boise) for
the past two winters...but it has failed to show up this year...

MIchael


Female Purple Finch

lcarrigan_55
 

I've had a female Purple Finch coming into my feeder with House
Finches for several days now. It looks identical to Sibley's drawing
in his book on page 528. It has the brown and white head pattern and
shorter streaks on its chest and flanks and is quite distinct from
the female House Finches. Its facial pattern is much stronger and
more distinct than the Cassin's as well and it has no eye ring.
Anyone else seeing such at your feeders?

I also had a Mountain Chickadee come in for about an hour with some
Black-capped ones yesterday. This was the first time I had seen a
Mountain at our place (mainly cottonwood riparian habitat).

Thanks,
Brian Carrigan
Blackfoot


Re: CBC dates

David Mead <meaddavi@...>
 

Poky is this Saturday, December 22. Contact Chuck Trost at trostchuck@....
Dave Mead

joeltins@... wrote:

 Anyone know the dates for Poky, American Falls and Challis?

Joel Tinsley


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Re: RBA: N ID / E WA / NE OR -- 12/14/2001

Michael Wiegand <MWiegand@...>
 

Hey Kas,

Did you guys kidnap our Barred Owl? Prefers woody riparian areas below dams...sounds just like the one we've had in Barber Park (East Boise) for the past two winters...but it has failed to show up this year...

MIchael


dumroese@iglide.net 12/14/01 09:25PM >>>
- RBA

* northern Idaho / eastern Washington / northeastern Oregon
* as above
* December 14, 2001
* IDWA0112.14

- birds mentioned

Pacific Loon
Surf Scoter
Eurasian Wigeon
Thayer's Gull
Bonaparte's Gull
Gyrfalcon
Prairie Falcon
Merlin
Snowy Owl
Barred Owl
Golden-crowned Sparrow
Snow Bunting
Hoary Redpoll
Common Redpoll

- transcript

hotline: northern Idaho / eastern Washington / northeastern Oregon
Date: December 14, 2001
Phone: (208) 882-6195
Compiler: Kas Dumroese
Transcriber: Kas Dumroese - dumroese@iglide.net

This is Kas Dumroese with the Northern Idaho / Eastern Washington /
Northeastern Oregon bird hotline for Friday, Dec 14 (2001). This hotline,
sponsored by Palouse Audubon, is updated every Friday evening. Transcripts
of this RBA and membership info are available on-line at
http://www.palouseaudubon.org

Two PACIFIC LOONS were in Kootenai Co ID on 11 Dec according to Lisa Hardy.
One was on Cave Lake along Chain Lakes which is along ID 3 between Harrison
and Cataldo and another was seen at Harrison, Kootenai Co ID. Two to four
BONAPARTE'S GULLS were also at Harrison; she saw them from town as well as
from Harlow Point Road, the first road heading west from ID 97 north of
Harrison after you cross the Coeur d'Alene River. Also along Harlow Point
Road were flocks of COMMON REDPOLLS. ID DeLorme 60, BC-1.5

A SNOWY OWL south of Spokane WA is persisting. The bird is south of the
south hill. To get to it from I-90, take the Freya exit in Spokane. Take
Freya south to the Palouse Hwy (about 3 miles or so). It may be marked South
Palouse Hwy at that point. Turn left, south, and follow the Palouse Hwy for
about 3 miles. At South Baltimore Road (Hangman Creek Golf Course) you start
downhill. As you emerge from the pines near the bottom of the hill there
will be mown fields. On the left will be lots for sale with some large new
homes. The dirt road at the bottom is Hoffman Lane (private). This was the
original location but now the bird is residing nearby along Willow Springs
Road according to Ron Dexter and Roger Woodruff. WA DeLorme 89, D-5.

Two PRAIRIE FALCONS were along WA 24 on 7 Dec. Randy Hill saw the first in
Grant Co WA along WA 24 at milepost 61 and another in Adams Co WA along WA
24 at milepost 67. He also saw one on 8 Dec near milepost 69.

A gray morph juvenile GYRFALCON was seen 8 Dec by Trent Bray and Mariah Rose
near the town of Telocaset, Union Co? OR via OR 237 from Union. OR DeLorme
87, D-5.

Several of the Lincoln Co WA birds reported last week were seen again. The
SNOWY OWL reported last week along Bennett Road, just north of US 2 about 6
miles east of Davenport, was seen again on 7 Dec by Stephen Lindsay. He also
reports a MERLIN a few miles east of Creston along US 2, and an adult, brown
GYRFALCON on the east end of Creston on 7 Dec. A flock of 50+ SNOW BUNTINGS
was seen west of Harrington along Duck Lake Road on 8 Dec by Mark Houston.
Harrington is WA DeLorme 71, A-6. Bennett Road is WA DeLorme 87, C, right
below Mondovi on the right edge of the page.

A female SURF SCOTER was seen at on the west end of Hayden Lake, Kootenai
Co, ID on 7 Dec by Stephen Lindsay. The bird was off the docks at
Honeysuckle Beach. The bird was seen again on 9 Dec by Lisa Hardy and the
CdA Audubon. Also in the neighborhood was a flock of 50 or so COMMON
REDPOLLS. To get there from I-90 in CdA, go north on US 95 toward Sandpoint.
Pass the Silver Lake Mall and Prairie Avenue. At the second right past
Prairie Avenue (US 95 milepost 434.3), turn east on Honeysuckle (Texaco on
the corner) and proceed through the light on Government Way. Honeysuckle
stops when it hits 4th Street and 4th becomes Honeysuckle to the left. Take
the left toward Honeysuckle Beach. ID DeLorme 60, AB-1.5 and A Birders Guide
to Idaho p 43-45.

One HOARY REDPOLL was seen in Whitman Co WA on 9 Dec by Jane Westervelt. The
bird was north of Pullman along Whelan Road about 1 or 2 miles east of WA
27. WA DeLorme 57, BC-7.

In western Spokane Co WA the first winter THAYER'S GULL seen 2 Dec on
Medical Lake near Cheney was seen again on 8 Dec, both times by Matthew
Moskwik.

A BARRED OWL is near Walla Walla, Walla Walla Co WA according to Mike and
MerryLynn Denny. They report seeing the bird on 9 Dec. This fourth county
record is in the woody riparian area below the dam in Bennington Park on the
east end of Walla Walla.

A GOLDEN-CROWNED SPARROW is at Pampa Pond near La Crosse, Whitman Co WA
according to Tom and Diane Weber who saw the bird on 10 Dec. The immature
bird appears to have a slightly injured wing and is hanging with a bunch of
Song Sparrows. WA DeLorme 56, B-1.

A EURASIAN WIGEON is on Lake Pend Oreille near Sandpoint, Bonner Co ID
according to Stephen Lindsay who saw the bird on 7 Dec.

If you have any questions about birds on the report, call me before 9 pm at
208.883.0943. If you see any of the birds mentioned in this report, be sure
to let me know.

Good birding.

Kas



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CBC dates

joeltins@...
 

Anyone know the dates for Poky, American Falls and Challis?

Joel Tinsley