Date: 8/4/17 3:56 pm
From: Paula Hansley <redstart.paula...>
Subject: [cobirds] Grosbeak migration, Louisville
At Stearns Lake (near Dillon Rd. and The Northwest Parkway) this morning, I heard at least two blue grosbeaks singing and saw a male black-headed grosbeak along with lots of other birds, including yellow warblers, lark and vesper sparrows, Bullock's orioles, and scads of mourning doves.

A few minutes ago, I had a new yard bird-- a skittish female black-headed grosbeak on my suet.

In the past two weeks, I've had more hummers than ever-- mostly female/immature type broad-tailed and black-chinned hummers, no rufous; one calliope.

Paula Hansley
Louisville, Boulder Co.
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