Subject: Fw: Havillah Great Gray Owl Site?
Date: Jun 27 08:01:44 2003
From: Norma Wendt - nwendt at

----- Original Message -----
From: "Eugene Hunn" <enhunn at>
To: <nwendt at>; <Tweeters at>
Sent: Thursday, June 26, 2003 11:14 PM
Subject: Re: Havillah Great Gray Owl Site?

> Tweets,
> Havillah is something of a ghost town ne of Tonasket in ne Okanogan
> About 1/2 mile west of "town" is a forest service road (FSR 3230) heading
> south from the Tonasket-Havillah Road. This first crosses a pasture, then
> patch of forest, a second pasture (all posted private land), then enters
> forest again, angles left and up a slight hill to a junction. Keep right
> the junction to a parking area. The Williamson's Sapsucker nest was just
> above where the road bends left after entering the second forested area.
> could hear the young from the road. They appeared about ready to fledge,
> however. Black-backed Woodpeckers have been seen here but we didn't notice
> any last weekend, just Pileated and I don't recall what else. No Great
> either, except perhaps a single distant set of hoots that could have been
> wishful thinking. I've been there ten times and never seen the Great
> though Great Horned, Barred, and Saw-whets seem quite regular. There are
> Bobolinks in the wet meadows just nw of Tonasket.
> Gene.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Norma Wendt" <nwendt at>
> To: <Tweeters at>
> Sent: Thursday, June 26, 2003 7:47 PM
> Subject: Havilah Great Gray Owl Site?
> > Tweeters,
> >
> > Would someone e-mail me the directions to the "notorious" Great Gray Owl
> > site? I understand there are Black-backed Woodpeckers present there.
> We'll
> > be up there next week and will let you know what we find.
> >
> > Norma Wendt
> > nwendt at
> > Camas WA
> >
> >
> >