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2013-05-29 07:30 for 10 minutes (birding) 18 sightings Home (WAKCHOME) 37407 188th Ave SE, Auburn, WA (USA) Lat,Long: 47.26587,-122.09188 Map Elevation: 550 feet
Home - about 2 acres of field, garden and landscaped yard on the Auburn-Enumclaw plateau. The field hosts solitary pine, cottonwood and ash trees, hazelnut and quince bushes and a brushy fenceline. The house is enclosed by trees - a cedar tree out front, a line of Lombardy-type poplars just west of the house, a fir, blue spruce, big-leaf maple and sequoiah on the east side and a grove of Douglas fir on the north side. Dense rhododendron and juniper grow under the trees on the east and north of the house. Neighboring properties include fields and pastures, some with standing water in the winter, and small deciduous woodlots along with residential yards. Seed and suet feeders attract birds in the winter. Overcast, damp, mid-50's Listened in driveway for 10 minutes.
American Kestrel 1  
Eurasian Collared-Dove 1  
Downy Woodpecker 1  
American Crow 2  
Black-capped Chickadee 1  
Bewick's Wren 2  
Swainson's Thrush 1  
American Robin 2  
Cedar Waxwing 2  
Common Yellowthroat 1  
Spotted Towhee 2  
Song Sparrow 2  
Dark-eyed Junco 1   Singing
Lazuli Bunting 1   Singing to the west, first of year.
Brown-headed Cowbird 1  
Purple Finch 1  
American Goldfinch 1  
Evening Grosbeak 1  
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