I spent some time this morning 2/4 in Trinidad, along US 160 centered on MP 345, around the sewage treatment plant, and in the woods around the landfill. The sewage treatment plant had magpies, flicker, house finches, and juncos. US 160 was close to birdless. The landfill had a flock of 100 pinyon jays, several Juniper Titmice, and some singing Townsend's Solitaires. No sign of a Fork-tailed Flycatcher.
Mark Miller Longmont, CO
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