Date: 11/13/17 6:54 pm
From: Matt Baumann <mbaumann22...>
Subject: [AZNMbirds] NM RBA 11/13/2017
New Mexico Rare Bird Report
November 13, 2017
Compiler: Matt Baumann
Phone: 505-264-1052
E-mail address: <mbaumann22...>

This is the New Mexico Rare Bird Report for November 13, 2017 sponsored by
the New Mexico Ornithological Society. When phone numbers are given for
private property, please call before going to ask for permission. In ranch
country, do not stray off the roads. Places mentioned in the report, a
checklist of N.M. birds, and more locations on uncommon and specialty
species can be found in the N.M. Bird Finding Guide. You can purchase the
NM Bird Finding Guide at A more
complete, updated version of the checklist can be found at for prior records of species in New
Mexico, search the online archive of the NMOS Field Notes at

NMOS is now on Facebook, search for New Mexico Ornithological Society. All
individuals are encouraged to submit their observations to NMOS. This
includes not only records of Review List species and species potentially
new to the state, but also records of uncommon species, species of
conservation concern, records documenting breeding, and early, late, or
out-of-season/range birds. Details and photos should be sent to Sandy
Williams, 1819 Meadowview Drive NW, Albuquerque, NM 87104, or (preferred)
to <sunbittern...> Details will be used for NMOS Field Notes,
North American Birds, and the New Mexico Bird Records Committee.
NOTE: Additional reports of unseasonal birds or county rarities can be seen
on the eBird New Mexico Rare Bird Alert: You do not need an eBird
account to view this.

Birds Mentioned and Counties (NMBRC review species are in CAPITAL
Surf Scoter (Colfax, Santa Fe)
Anna’s Hummingbird (Grant)
Iceland Gull (Colfax)
Pacific Loon (Colfax, Eddy)
Vermilion Flycatcher (Bernalillo)
Northern Shrike (Socorro)
Carolina Wren (Socorro)
Rose-breasted Grosbeak (Colfax)

--Ritz reported a VERMILION FLYCATCHER at Valle de Oro NWR October 29. It
was located at the nw portion of the refuge and continued in the area to
November 11.

CHAVES County:
--Collins reported a WHITE-WINGED SCOTER at Bitter Lake NWR November 11. It
was seen in the Hunter’s Oxbow and continued later that same day for

COLFAX County:
--Rustay and Hetrick reported a late ROSE-BREASTED GROSBEAK along Ponil
Creek where hwy 64 crosses it near Cimarron November 12.

--Baumann and Pederson reported a PACIFIC LOON and an ICELAND GULL at
Stubblefield Lake November 10.

--Baumann and Pederson reported a SURF SCOTER at Monte Verde Lake in Angel
Fire November 10.

EDDY County:
--Bunn reported a PACIFIC LOON at Brantley Lake November 7.

--Nieman reported a RED-SHOULDERED HAWK at Washington Ranch November 5.

GRANT County:
--Dolton reported an ANNA’S HUMMINGBIRD at his Silver City home October 18.
It continued to November 12. Contact him for more information

--Rustay, Hertick, and Egalhoff reported a RUFOUS-BACKED ROBIN in the New
Mexico portion of Guadalupe Canyon October 21. It was found near the old
cistern and orchard.

--Webster and Rowlett reported a RUFOUS-WINGED SPARROW in Guadalupe Canyon
May 13. Up to seven were present in the canyon October 21 for Rustay,
Hetrick, and Egelhoff.

--a PACIFIC WREN was reported at the confluence of Pueblo and Acid Canyons
in Los Alamos November 10.

OTERO County:
--Hawksworth reported a YELLOW-THROATED WARBLER at Alameda Park in
Alamogordo November 9. It was seen at the northern end of the park near a
tan metal foot bridge.

--Lerwill photographed a RUSTY BLACKBIRD in a flooded field in Corrales
near Corrales Rd and W Alary Ln November 4.

SANTA FE County:
--Luetzelschwab photographed a SURF SCOTER at the Santa Fe Community Ponds
November 12. It was not present the following day.

SIERRA County:
--Oldenettel reported hearing the GREAT KISKADEE at Percha Dam Recreation
Area September 4. It heard south of the playground and continued to October
28 for many.

--NOTE: There is a $5 entrance fee to bird at Ohkay Owingeh Lakes.

--Andersen and company photographed a NORTHERN SHRIKE at Bernardo WMA
November 12.

--CAROLINA WRENS are currently at various locations at Bosque del Apache
NWR; recent reports have come from the Unit 17B Moist Soil Management area
and the Willow Deck.

--Hawksworth reported a singing CAROLINA WREN at the NMSU-NRCS Agricultural
Center November 6.

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