Subject: Re: Brants and Goldeneyes Date: Nov 14 20:45:12 1994 From: Russell Rogers - rrogers
>From Russell Rogers, Seattle WA, rrogers at halcyon.com
Oh heck, it's always something. West Seattle is a state all to its self, if you really want to know.
Russell Rogers 4510 Glenn Way SW Seattle, Utah 98116 (206) 935-6280 rrogers at halcyon.com
On Mon, 14 Nov 1994, Dennis Paulson wrote:
> >Opps! > > > >Anna Coles (thanks) pointed out to me that I didn't include the location. > >Silly me. All sightings were from Alki Point in West Seattle, King > >County, USA, North America. > > > >>From Russell Rogers, Seattle WA, rrogers at halcyon.com > > > >On Sunday, 11/13 Andy Stepniewski and I saw about 100 or so Brant and a > >few Barrow's and Common Goldeneyes. The Scoter flock now numbers about > >200 birds (keep a look out for any Eiders that might be around), > >Harlequin Ducks and Sanderlings were also present. > > > >Russell Rogers > >4510 Glenn Way SW > >Seattle, WA 98116 > >(206) 935-6280 > >rrogers at halcyon.com > > Yes, but what state? Or state of consciousness? > > > Dennis Paulson phone: (206) 756-3798 > Slater Museum of Natural History fax: (206) 756-3352 > University of Puget Sound email: dpaulson at ups.edu > Tacoma, WA 98416 > > >