Fyi this is near to the historic location for Black-throated Sparrows.
On Apr 10, 2017 9:39 AM, "The "Nunn Guy <colorado.birder...> wrote:
> Hi all
> Got a bird report from one of our (U. S. Forest Service) botanists (who is
> an avid birder): "I don’t have a camera good enough for pics of birds that
> aren’t dots in the distance, but possibly of marginal interest this weekend
> was the* two (maybe three) Black-throated Sparrows* about 8 miles
> southeast of La Junta on the extreme northeast corner of the Comanche NG.
> These were the first I’ve seen that weren’t in the deep canyons of the
> Purgatoire River or near the Oklahoma border. Steve O. Forest Botanist"
> Thanks Gary Lefko, Nunn
> http://coloradobirder.club/ >
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