I know many of you visit the seasonal pond just east of the intersection on Hwy 30 and Hwy 34, just shy of the town of Bosler in Albany Co.
There are some cattle maybe 1/2 mile E of that pond. If anyone knows who they belong to, please pass on that there is a momma cow with a red calf, I think, who has a bum front foot. Any good cow man would want to save a good momma cow. I just do not know the land owner and thought that maybe someone had accessed some of those back roads through there.
Thank you, Jackie
J. M. Hauptman
University of Wyoming
Anthropology Dept. 3431
1000 E. University Ave.
Laramie WY 82071
From: Wyoming's Birder List [mailto:<WYOBIRDS...>] On Behalf Of Cody Porter
Sent: Saturday, July 08, 2017 3:01 PM
Subject: Laramie Range birds
Nate Behl, Jimena Golcher, and I did a 6 mile loop in the Blair-Wallis area of the Laramie Range.
We had several nice birds during the hike, including:
A few small groups of Black-capped Chickadees in willow/riparian areas. The most I've ever seen in the Laramies or the Snowies.
One drumming Williamson's Sapsucker.
At least 30 type 2 red crossbills.
The highlight was a singing adult male American Redstart near the Blair Wallis picnic area. Gave us fantastic looks. Never had that species in the Laramie Range before.