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A massive compilation of information including excellent use of CBC data. Not a site guide. Volume 3 was released in 1997. Washington Birds of the Tri-Cities and Vicinity. 1991. Howard R. Ennor. Lower Columbia Basin Audubon Society. Covers the area near the Pasco-Richland-Kennewick area of southeastern Washington. Status, some natural history and suggested birding routes with maps. Birds of Whatcom County. 1995. Terence R. Wahl. Not a site guide but an excellent status book with considerable information on where species can be found.
Dungeness Spit is speckled with Snowy Owls in invasion years. In the urbanized part of Puget Sound such locales as sewage ponds and parks provide good birding, while the ponds and cover available at the Montlake Fill near the University of Washington have produced an astounding variety of birds. Species such as Black-throated Gray Warbler have wintered on the University of Washington campus, and rarities such as Little Gull and Slaty-backed Gull have occurred in Tacoma. The outer coast of Washington provides both rocky headlands and lush mudflats, with the huge estuaries of Grays Harbor and Willapa Bay offering the best birding.
It is regular in small numbers east to Idaho when lakes remain unfrozen. This species uses a wide variety of water habitats, including the ocean, estuaries, and fresh water; an occasional bird is seen on medium-sized rivers such as the Willamette. Page 9 Clark's Grebe: Aechmophorus Clarkii The status of this species is still not clear because most observers did not attempt to distinguish it before the AOU declared it a species in 1983. Also, in winter the facial plumage of this species is sometimes more similar to that of the Western Grebe than in other seasons.