Date: 3/26/17 1:55 pm
From: <mvjohnski...>
Subject: [cobirds] Re: Black-necked Stilt in San Luis Valley, Rio Grande Co. 3/25-3/26
Brandon....thanks for the heads up.
All of the species you mentioned are to be expected. Maybe a tad early, but
that is the way our SLV migration has been going this year.
Always appreciate hearing about what others are seeing. It really helps
build the database I keep for SLV birds. See you down the trail...

Lisa Had a Long-billed Dowitcher at San Luis Lake today.

On Sunday, March 26, 2017 at 2:30:14 PM UTC-6, Brandon wrote:

> Yesterday (25 March 2017), there was a Black-necked Stilt at Home Lake
> in Monte Vista, Rio Grande County, not sure how regular they are in
> the San Luis Valley. According to a recent e-bird report, the bird is
> still there today (26 March).
> Some other birds that caused e-bird flags yesterday, for whatever
> reason in the San Luis Valley, were a Lincoln's Sparrow at Smith
> Reservoir, Costilla County; a Mallard x Mexican Duck intergrade at
> Monte Vista NWR, in Rio Grande Co.; Blue-winged x Cinnamon Teal hybrid
> and a Savannah Sparrow at Russell Lakes SWA, Saguache County.
> --
> Brandon Percival
> Pueblo West, CO

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