Subject: [Tweeters] Gray Crowned Rosy Finches Whidbey Island Date: Nov 2 13:09:52 2014 From: pflores - floresnw at hotmail.com
There have been 3-4 Gray Crowned Rosy Finches (that really calls for the ABA code GCRF, but I won't argue about that now) at the Coupeville (formerly Keystone) ferry terminal since yesterday. Steve Ellis was the first to report them. They are very tame and hanging out right in front of the picnic tables, with divers and dog walkers and all kinds of activity going on around them. The only hard part is they are very well camouflaged. Again, they are on the upper part of the beach by the picnic tables, not down by the water. I saw them today (lifer!) at around 11:00 a.m. with a few other birders.
How long would it take to get to Neah Bay from the Coupeville ferry terminal?