Mark Yaeger found a *Yellow-throated Warbler* in the north eastern part of Pueblo City Park (Pueblo County) in the tall pines yesterday, and after a while of searching it appeared today after noon time in the sycamore trees near the Pavilion in Pueblo City Park. There's were a lot of birds to look through, and the birds were staying pretty high, it made a soft chip note. Hopefully this bird hangs around, as it would be a new bird for the Pueblo Reservoir CBC. Last Wednesday, along the Arkansas River, below and east of Pueblo City Park, there was a *Chestnut-sided Warbler *and *Carolina Wren*, that would also be new birds for count day, for the Pueblo Reservoir CBC. Hopefully everything will hang around for a few more weeks at least. The rare warblers seem to be with large flocks of other birds, chickadees, kinglets, juncos, nuthatches, creepers, and other birds. On Saturday, there was still one *Rusty Blackbird*, a *White-throated Sparrow*, and *Lincoln's Sparrow*, on the Rock Canyon side of the Arkansas River, below Pueblo Reservoir dam. Today, at South Shore Marina, at Pueblo Reservoir, there were adult *Great Black-backed Gull*, a* Lesser Black-backed Gull*, and juvenile* Iceland (Thayer's) Gull*. Five *Common Loons* and likely over hundred* Bonaparte's Gulls* were also at Pueblo Reservoir today.
Hope everyone has a nice Thanksgiving and Good birding,