Re: Baikal Teal and Variable Hawk. Yeah, what's up with that? I'd add
Rufous-collared Sparrow to the list too. (Festering wounds...) Did y'all
know that there are records from the U.S. Rocky Mountains in 2017 of both
Variable Hawk and Rufous-collared Sparrow? I love vagrant traps up and down
the I-25 corridor as much as any of you, but I also wonder if there's a bit
of anti-I-25-vagrant-trap bias at play here.
I know! Tønnessen will find Colorado's first Orange-billed
Nightingale-Thrush! In the mountains. Of western Boulder County. At the CFO
convention in May 2018. C'mon, David, we're counting on you.
Lafayette, Boulder County
On Thursday, December 28, 2017 at 4:06:11 PM UTC-7, Mark Obmascik wrote:
> If a Baikal teal shows up behind a Baskin Robbins in Evergreen, would it
> be a first Colorado record? (Picking scab off festering wound.)
> Mark Obmascik
> Denver CO
> On Thu, Dec 28, 2017 at 3:52 PM, Ted Floyd
> Okay, so he found Colorado's first Tropical Kingbird in September, then
> Colorado's first Red-breasted Sapsucker earlier this month. At this pace,
> he's due 3 or 4 more state firsts in 2018. Any guesses?
> Ted Floyd
> Lafayette, Boulder County
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