Date: 5/9/18 7:14 am
From: Jared Del Rosso <jared.delrosso...>
Subject: [cobirds] Re: Rock Wren (Denver), Siskin (Arapahoe)
The siskin flock was up to about 18 birds this morning in my Centennial
(Arapahoe) yard. They spent some time foraging in a budding honeylocust
before moving on.

- Jared Del Rosso
Centennial, CO

On Tuesday, May 8, 2018 at 6:56:20 PM UTC-6, Jared Del Rosso wrote:
>
> This morning, while walking to my office at DU (Denver), I encountered a
> Rock Wren in a new and neat little depressed rock garden in a parking lot.
> This was my first of this bird on campus and, frankly, the most
> interesting, non-flyover that I've had on the rather non-birdy "hotspot."
>
> Back home in Centennial (Arapahoe), five Pine Siskin spent much of the
> afternoon at my feeder, bird bath, and trees. This is my first local
> sighting of siskins since May 2016 -- and all of those sightings were
> rather brief. The birds were quite vocal, adding some interesting noises to
> the goldfinch and House Wren calls.
>
> - Jared Del Rosso
> Centennial, CO
>

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