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Black Headed Grosbeak - 7:59 p.m. 5/7/2003
We live 120 Miles North of Sacramento, Ca In The Northern Sacramento Valley. Humming Birds stay Here all Winter Some times but this year they Left In Dec.& have been Back for About 3 weeks I seen A Black headed Grosbeack to-day & My Wife Jean, seen one a few day's ago. This Is the first time we seen this Bird In the 21 years that we have Lived here.Anna Huming Birds are the only one's we get here.

Lloyd Johnson - Corning, Ca. - U. S. A.
Lassen10@webtv.net

Hummingbirds, eagles and swallows. - 6:52 p.m. 3/7/2003
No hummingbirds yet. No swallows either. Both usually show up by now. We saw about 10 eagles today from by the airport at Woodland up to the auction barn, (that is about a half mile upriver from us).

Noel Johnson - Woodland, Wa. - USA
Noel@lewisriver.com
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Daily report. - 11:45 a.m. 10/24/2002
I purchased a spotting scope and I really like it. I will report here on some of the birds I spot. These are birds on the Lewis River. There is a pair of buffle heads,I think they are so cool. Others include: pied bill grebes, coot, lesser scoup and we always have a great blue heron and mallards.

Noel Johnson - Woodland. - USA
Noel@lewisriver.com
http://lewisriver.com

Web site - 10:42 a.m. 10/18/2002
http://www.lewisriver.com/ridgefield/wildlife/ Check it out!

Noel Johnson - Woodland. - USA
Noel@lewisriver.com
http://www.lewisriver.com/ridgefield/wildlife/

A black phoebe was spotted - 10:40 a.m. 10/18/2002
A black phoebe was spotted recently at the Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge. A rare visitor to Washington, black phoebes are much more common in the desert Southwestern United States. These flycatchers are about 6 to 7 inches in length and are mostly black in color with a white chest, flank, side, and a grayish/white undertail. Much bigger recent visitors to the refuge are sandhill cranes, with counts as high as 1,500 individuals recently

Noel Johnson - Woodland, Wa. - USA
Noel@lewisriver.com
http://lewisriver.com

Report from Judy Card. - 8:51 p.m. 5/15/2002
We've been enjoying watching the many birds around our feeders....
hummingbirds, lazuli bunting, house wrens, etc. the rabbits and squirrels.
yesterday we were visited by a Bohemian waxwing.... first time we have seen
one of them.

Noel Johnson - Woodland, Wa. - USA
Noel@lewisriver.com
http://lewisriver.com

Birders paradise. - 11:28 a.m. 5/7/2002
So far this morning I have seen the following birds in our yard or on the river: Oriole, yellow warbler, audobon warbler, chestnut backed chicadee. black capped chickadee, rufus towee, rufus hummingbird, white crowned sparrow, yellow crowned sparrow, crow, starling, black headed grosbeak, tree swallow, violet green swallow, song sparrow, merganser, canada geese, mallards, and great blue herons. Cool.

Noel Johnson - Woodland, Wa. - USA
Noel@lewisriver.com
http://lewisriver.com

Black Headed Grosbeak - 8:49 a.m. 5/3/2002
I saw the first Black Headed Grosbeak today. The male sings from high in a tree almost all summer.

Noel Johnson - Woodland, Wa. - USA
Noel@lewisriver.com
http://lewisriver.com

Spring birds arriving. - 8:09 a.m. 4/25/2002
I have spotted tree swallows, violet green swallows, kildeers, white and yellow crowned sparows, audobon warblers, yellow warblers and a nice surprise yesterday - Momma and Pappa Goldfinches. I love spring.

Noel Johnson - Woodland, Wa. - USA
Noel@lewisriver.com
http://lewisriver.com

First Report! - 12:25 p.m. 2/11/2002
We are pleased to offer this service to bird lovers. We look forward to growing participation as the years go by. This winter has ben so mild that we are seeing a lot of robins and the other day we saw a large flock of red-winged blackbirds

Noel Johnson - Woodland, Wa. - USA
Noel@lewisriver.com
http://lewisriver.com

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