Happy to report, the Lake Pueblo State Park, Pueblo County, Prairie Warbler continues to survive the cold temperatures and the Sharp-shinned Hawk, I saw it mid-morning to mid-day a couple of times. Today was warmer, so it was out being cooperative, I couldn't find it at all yesterday, when it was very cold. This bird has been present since 5 Dec (at least), and I think this is the latest one ever in Colorado so far (28 Dec). I don't think there is a January record of this species for Colorado. I'm sure people will be looking on the 1st and 2nd, and after.
Other stuff, I walked from Cottonwood Picnic Area to Valco Ponds parking lot, and back this morning, it was a pleasant walk, the main highlight was a Common Redpoll (calling low fly over) -- finally, I must be the last person to see one in Colorado this year (my 350th Colorado Year bird!) -- Thanks to everyone who helped me this year, I hadn't reached this total in several years (and would not have, without some very nice friends).
Other birds of note, were two Lincoln's Sparrows (which are like common this winter in the Pueblo area), and a Say's Phoebe. I looked in the area, the Northern Parula was seen on the Pueblo Reservoir CBC, and as expected, I didn't find it.