Checklist S63434407

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Owner Courtney Kelly Jett

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  • 1.47 mi

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Observations

  1. duck sp.

    Number observed: 2
  2. Number observed: 20
  3. Number observed: 1
  4. Number observed: 0
  5. Buteo sp.

    Number observed: 1

    Details: prob Ferruginous ? (vs RTHA)

  6. Number observed: 2
  7. Number observed: 4
  8. Number observed: 2
  9. Number observed: 8
  10. Number observed: 12
  11. Number observed: 50

    Details: drinking/feeding from snow in road

  12. Number observed: 1
  13. Number observed: 5
  14. Bohemian/Cedar Waxwing

    Number observed: 1

    Details: prob just a Cedar, but ho 1 was more of a trill in amongst hidden waxwings in junipers (only saw 1 CEWA of group)

  15. Number observed: 0

    Details: poss ho calls of 1 rosy finch? E. side butte 3:34p, calls like small versions of EVGR , (& then a flicker started doing big kleer calls after I played a tape of rosy to check (calls consistent with))

  16. Number observed: 10
  17. Number observed: 2
  18. Number observed: 1
  19. sparrow sp.

    Number observed: 3
  20. Number observed: 1

    Details: (Rare): “unreported”: the OCWA I found last week 01/09/2020 here is still here , in same area, today at (44.0577,-121.2850) . Managed to get digibin photo today to document it, phew! Esp this is good news , was good luck managed bin photo in time, because apparently our ebird reviewer didn’t confirm my prev. sighting, my excellent description and 100% confidence wasn’t enough, (see that ebird log:
    https://ebird.org/checklist/S63219146
    ).
    Hopefully, photo will help this time. Plump round warbler, fairly bright yellow, utc bright yellow, under tail dark , subtle paler supercilium brow.

    Ckj: Got photo this time ! It's still here !
    Good thing cuz Tom didn't approve my sighting last week !
    Let me know btw if you think this isn't a OCWA !

    Caleb: on phone, confirmed “it’s definitely an OCWA”!

    Ckj: Good! I thought so!

    Chuck Gates: That’s a nice find. Definitely a first Jan record [for Central Oregon]. There are 4 Dec records. It’s been seen 2 times on the Bend CBC. One time near Culver in Dec 1993 and once near Prineville in Dec 1973. There are no Feb records.

    — is so bright yellow, must be subspecies lutescens I think?

    All About Birds: “The Orange-crowned Warbler is divided into four subspecies that differ in plumage color, size, and molt patterns. The one named celata is found in Alaska and across Canada, and it is the dullest and grayest. The Pacific Coast form, lutescens, is the brightest yellow. Found throughout the Rocky Mountains and Great Basin, orestera is intermediate in appearance. The form sordida is the darkest green and is found only on the Channel Islands and locally along the coast of southern California and northern Baja California.”

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  21. passerine sp.

    Number observed: 15

    Details: some robins/waxwings ;

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