Date: 7/26/17 4:31 pm
From: <mvjohnski...>
Subject: [cobirds] Olive-sided Flycatcher near South Fork
Took a nice hike in the old Million Fire where I worked on restoration 16
years ago. Birding was good and the burn recovery very good too. Highlites
of the birds were 2 Olive-sided Flycatchers, singing their "quick three
beers" tune. Other nice birds for the morning included Brown Creeper,
Western Tanager, Warbling Vireo, Western Wood-pewee, Dusky Flycatcher and
Black-headed Grosbeak. To get here for an easy hike, start at the junction
of Hwy 160 and Willow Park Road (a few miles east of South Fork). Drive up
the Willow Park Road for 5.2 miles until you see a FS gate across a road on
the right. Hike up this road for a nice birdwalk and view too. All in Rio
Grande County.

John Rawinski
Monte Vista, CO

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