Subject: Re: shorebirds late? Date: Apr 21 14:20:09 1995 From: Dennis Paulson - dpaulson at ups.edu
>Neil Fergusson's post earlier this week indicated a paucity of shorebirds >at Grays Harbor, and he suggested that the shorebird bolus might be a >week or so late this year. Any shorebird gurus out there care to comment >on this; is it likely that they will be here by next weekend (any news of >them from farther south)? > >David Wright >dwright at u.washington.edu
No news from either shorebirds or shorebird spotters, sorry. I can only add that in some years there are tens of thousands of shorebirds in the Grays Harbor area by mid April. The situation is rather surprising, coupled with the fair amount of good weather that we've been having and the apparent flood of relatively early passerine migrants.
Dennis Paulson, Director phone: (206) 756-3798 Slater Museum of Natural History fax: (206) 756-3352 University of Puget Sound e-mail: dpaulson at ups.edu Tacoma, WA 98416