Date: 5/9/18 7:35 pm
From: Peter Burke <peterburke...>
Subject: [cobirds] Yellow-throated Vireo, CU East Campus, Boulder Cty
This evening I had a Yellow-throated Vireo on the west side of the
western-most pond. The bird was low in a boxelder along with a Yellow
Warbler. My first thought was that it was a Cassin's Vireo, since one was
reported at this site a few days ago. But that was ruled out due to the
yellow throat that extended about halfway to the belly and the overall
yellowish green head with bright yellow spectacles.

After a few minutes the bird flew in the direction of the pond, and I was
not able to relocate it, even with the sharp eyes of Peter Gent and Stephan
Chang helping me. Unfortunately I didn't have a camera. I hope the bird
sticks around and that others are able to get on it.

Good birding,

Peter Burke

300 Forest Ave. Boulder, CO 80304

(973) 214-0140

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