Date: 5/3/18 6:42 pm
From: Ted Floyd <tedfloyd57...>
Subject: [cobirds] Greenlee Preserve: grounded birds today + field trip on Sunday
Hello, all.

Greenlee Preserve & environs, Boulder County, was birdy this rainy
Thursday, May 3. Grounded migrants included Blue-gray Gnatcatcher,
Ruby-crowned Kinglet, Orange-crowned, MacGillivray's, Yellow, Myrtle, and
Audubon's warblers, and Chipping, White-crowned, Vesper, and Lincoln's
Sparrows. One migrant wasn't grounded, a Peregrine Falcon powering almost
due north through the rain.

You can get in on the Greenlee action by enlisting in a free bird walk this
coming Sunday, May 6, at 1pm. Close to 100 species have been seen at the
preserve & surrounding open space in the past week, including Wood Duck,
Hooded Merganser, White-faced and Glossy ibises, Black-crowned Night-Heron,
Snowy and Great egrets, Osprey, American Avocet, Pill Will Willet,
Franklin's Gull, American Pipit, Northern Mockingbird, and Virginia's
Warbler. Get details on the Sunday bird walk here:

Ted Floyd
Lafayette, Boulder County

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