Date: 1/28/18 12:07 pm
From: Brandon <flammowl17...>
Subject: [cobirds] Re: Pueblo Prairie Warbler, maybe gone 1/27
Someone reported seeing the Prairie Warbler this morning in Pueblo,
not sure why it didn't show up yesterday, when all the other birds
were present. If it is still present, maybe it will still be around
in February, for a first February record of the species for Colorado.
It seems like this bird has become very hard to find, not like in
December when it wasn't too hard to find.

Brandon K. Percival
Pueblo West, CO

On 1/27/18, Brandon <flammowl17...> wrote:
> Today (27 January 2018), there were lots of birds at times, in the
> area where the Prairie Warbler has been seen, below Pueblo Reservoir
> dam, Pueblo County (from 5 December 2107 to 24 January 2018), though
> the Prairie Warbler never appeared. Maybe it is still alive and well,
> though, I think I should have seen it today, as I spent a lot of time
> looking (and also looked yesterday for a little while). If anyone
> does happen to find it again, please report it. I'm thinking it is
> gone for real this time, so I'll be documenting it for the Colorado
> Birds Records Committee soon. This is the first ever Prairie Warbler
> in Colorado, during the month of January, and will be the 2nd
> documented sighting for Pueblo County, during the winter months. I'm
> happy it stayed a long time, and was seen by a lot of people. The
> other winter Prairie Warbler in Pueblo County, was last seen on the
> Pueblo Reservoir CBC on 16 December 1995, and not reported after that
> date, as far as I know.
> --
> Brandon Percival
> Pueblo West, CO

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