Date: 4/30/18 11:42 am
From: Stephen Chang <srchang92...>
Subject: [cobirds] Re: Glossy Ibis continues (Boulder Co.)




To all,
Yesterday evening Joe Hack and myself went to the pond to scope some of
these birds, and we think we were able to identify both the hybrid and the
glossy. Here is two pictures (phone through scope) of the bird that is (I
think?) the glossy where you can see a dark face and iris.

Best,
Stephen Chang,
Boulder

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On Sunday, April 29, 2018 at 2:57:44 PM UTC-6, Joshua Smith wrote:
>
> Hi birders,
>
> Friends Caleb Strand, Danny Montalvo and I relocated Ted Floyd's Glossy
> Ibis. If you walk eastward along the trail north of Waneka Lake, there is
> a muddy pond on your left hand side with about 50 White-faced Ibis (not
> visible from the trail). There is also a hybrid Glossy x White-faced Ibis
> mixed in with the other plegadis, so stay alert! Pics of the hybrid will
> eventually be posted on eBird.
>
> Good birding,
>
> - Joshua Smith
> Fort Collins, CO
>
> Sent from my iPhone

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