Date: 1/1/18 6:17 pm From: linda hodges <hikerhodges...> Subject: Re: [cobirds] Varied thrush El Paso County
The Varied Thrush continued today in the same general area. Thanks to
directions from Aaron Shipe and Mel Goff, a few of us saw it near the Area
4 pulloff. (this is on Cheyenne Blvd on the way to Seven Falls - NOT in N
Cheyenne Canon Park proper.) This is only a few minutes from the RB
The bird was feeding on the berries of scraggly bushes, and was more or
less with a group of American Robins.
Thanks to Kathy Miller's friend, Holly, for spotting the bird. And it was
nice to meet you, Tom, Tom and Steve!
On Sun, Dec 31, 2017 at 1:47 PM, 'Deborah Carstensen' via Colorado Birds <
> I was birding North Cheyenne Canyon Park near Colorado Springs and a
> varied thrush flew up into a bush. It was a very clear look, very
> distinctive but was a little too far for my iPhone to really capture. It is
> along Cheyenne creek just upstream from the footbridge near the parking lot.
> There was also pigmy nuthatches, downy woodpecker‘s and two robins. While
> I was leaving, A flock of 40 crows flew overhead.
> Deb Carstensen, Arapahoe county
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