Date: 1/10/18 6:49 pm
From: Aaron D. <manitoumauler...>
Subject: [cobirds] Re: Other Pueblo birds 1/10
Brandon, my wife and daughter say "thank you" for pointing out all the
life birds you showed them. Thanks for taking the time to show and teach.

Aaron Driscoll
Colorado Springs

On Wednesday, January 10, 2018 at 4:09:32 PM UTC-7, Brandon wrote:
> I've mostly spent my time, helping birders, and non birders see the
> Snowy Owl at the South Shore Marina tires this week, though this
> afternoon, with the Driscoll family, I saw the continuing Prairie
> Warbler, below the dam at Pueblo Reservoir. At the South Shore Marina
> tires, the last two days, the immature (very white) Glaucous Gull,
> Lesser Black-backed Gulls, and Great Black-backed Gull continue. I
> also today, an adult Iceland (Thayer's Gull) was present. I haven't
> scoped much in other parts of the Reservoir, so not sure what is still
> present. Usually the loons are hanging out in the middle of the
> Reservoir, and some things have been in the SWA on NW Side of Pueblo
> Reservoir. I haven't heard of anyone seeing the White-winged
> Crossbill at Mountain View Cemetery, it may be finding feeders in
> Pueblo instead now.
> Pueblo suppose to be getting rain tonight, and gusty wind too, with
> the cold front. Hard to know, if the Snowy Owl will be around
> tomorrow or not, with this weather change.
> --
> Brandon Percival
> Pueblo West, CO

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