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  • Brant geese: a favorite among bird watchers, hunters in Western Washington

    The article was originally posted by The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife and can be found here.  Walk along the Three Crabs property north of Sequim in the early months of the year, and you may hear the distinctive “ronks” and “cruks” of brant geese. The property, located in the Washington Department of Fish […]

eBirding This Month Apr 2024

Updated ~11 hours ago

Community Targets

Native and Naturalized (5)

  1. # Count: 4
    Observer: Ross Lockwood
    Location: False Bay
  2. # Count: 50
    Observer: Ross Lockwood
    Location: American Camp - Bluffs Trail
  3. # Count: 10
    Observer: Bruce Bohmke
    Location: 22 Ringtail Ln, Eastsound US-WA 48.69499, -122.82756
  4. # Count: 2
    Observer: Ross Lockwood
    Location: False Bay
  5. # Count: 2
    Observer: Ross Lockwood
    Location: Ross and Shona's
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This Month, Apr 2024
Updated ~9 hours ago

Checklist Leaders

  • 1.
    Phil Green
    54
  • 2.
    Ross Lockwood
    40
  • 3.
    David KANE
    20
  • 4.
    Ryan Merrill
    14
  • 5.
    Elizabeth Moon
    13
  • 6.
    Sophia Wallace
    12
  • 7.
    Justin Santiago
    11
  • 7.
    Tyler Davis
    11
  • 7.
    Geoffrey Wallace
    11
  • 10.
    Bob Schmidt
    10

Species Leaders

  • 1.
    Ross Lockwood
    130
  • 2.
    Phil Green
    115
  • 3.
    Justin Santiago
    98
  • 4.
    Tyler Davis
    89
  • 5.
    Monika Wieland Shields
    78
  • 6.
    Ryan Merrill
    73
  • 6.
    Elizabeth Moon
    73
  • 8.
    Taylour Stephens
    72
  • 9.
    Bob Schmidt
    64
  • 10.
    Sophia Wallace
    63
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