Date: 11/17/17 11:37 am
From: Kevin DeBoer <kevdeboer...>
Subject: [cobirds] Black-throated Blue Warbler /Varied Thrush Boulder
Spent a couple hours this morning trying to put together a good bird list for goodwill.

The BLACK-THROATED BLUE WARBLER was around all morning. I first saw it before 7 east of the east bridge and it slowly moved west and was near the west bridge by 830.

The VARIED THRUSH was not refound during my time there. I searched the neighborhood west of Broadway briefly but got overwhelmed by the amount of habitat on a work day. There were a number of Robins and Solitaires moving around in that area in the earlier part of the morning so I was hopeful but was never able to pull it out from the crowd. For anyone else heading that direction today, I'd recommend concentrating efforts on that neighborhood if not found in previously reported area.

Good luck!

Kevin DeBoer
Lakewood, Colorado

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