Date: 1/1/18 9:58 am
From: Rebecca <kostenrebecca...> [cobirders] <cobirders-noreply...>
Subject: [cobirders] Red breasted Sapsucker and Varied Thrush, El Paso Cty
Hello cobirders

Richard Stevens reports the Red breasted Sapsucker was back at the three pines. Later it flew to the single pine in the golf course. After that it flew behind 13 Mirada Road

The Varied Thrush was at Cheyenne Canyon Park. Drive south/uphill past Discovery Visitor Center to pullover #3. Look for the large Ponderosa Pine. Thrush moved about the bright yellow grasses on other side of creek. It would fly back and forth other sides of road

Good birding!

Directions to birding spots and maps on CoBus website:

http://coloradobirdingsociety.net

Rebecca Kosten, President, Colorado Birding Society
Denver, Colorado
Contact CoBus/Report Interesting Birds: 303-324-7994
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