Monthly Archives: January 2013

Originally posted on Towheeblog:
There were a pair of Dippers in upper Lithia Park. They were feeding together in the rapids opposite the final houses along Granite Street as you go uphill. One of the birds sang briefly. They were…

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Dipper Sighting 01.29.13

Barbara: I walked the creek from Pioneer St. up and around the reservoir yesterday morning. Had one sighting of a dipper foraging vigorously in the fast-running waters between the res and the culvert on the south end. It was swimming … Continue reading

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Dipper Nest Box Construction

Last year, 2012,  on Ashland Creek a pair of dippers used a nest box built by Eric Setterberg. It was a simple box that the dippers used to build their moss dome nest. The pair that used the box had … Continue reading

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Dipper Articles by Barbara Massey

Three Dipper articles written by Barbara Massey are now up as permanent pages.  Scroll down and find them in the left column. Click on them to read about the history and progress Lithia Dipper Watch has made. Thanks to Barbara … Continue reading

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CHECK YOUR CALENDAR

Originally posted on Towheeblog:
DIPPER BANDING UPDATE. Here’s the link to the Dipper Committee’s website and the page with all leg bands described. The bird I saw today was Mr. Green who was the adult male of the pair that…

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