Japonski Island Robin and South Halibut Point Rec

I made a couple of short trips today – 

Connor spent time over on Japonski Island and found a Common Redpoll or two mixed in a small flock of Pine Siskins. I’ve not seen either species this year, so thought I would go look around.

I didn’t have a lot of time and did not find the flock of siskins (nor the redpolls). I did see a decent-sized flock of robins (15+) flying between a patch of alders and some smaller mountain ash trees in front of one of the newer SEARHC buildings.

This afternoon a friend and I stopped by south Halibut Point Rec.It felt pleasant where the sun was shining, but in the shade it was still quite cool. With only a short time before needing to get on to some other activities, we took a look at some of the lichens and bryophytes that were along the trail.

My iNaturalist Observations for Today

About matt goff

I am an aspiring naturalist who seeks to learn all that I can about the more-than-human aspects of this place that is my home.
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