Update: the two kingbirds (photos below) were relocated in the center shelter belt of the Cobb Lake Unit of Wellington SWA, where they appeared to settle in for the night. Their identity is being discussed and debated by experts. One may indeed be a Cassin’s Kingbird, an expected migrant in this date. The other remains a mystery. To reach the location, drive north a half mile on CR3 from CR56 and park in the designated area. Hike west to the shelter belt. Observers who are able should record any vocalizations and include them on your eBird checklist.
Fort Collins CO
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> From: Nicholas Komar <quetzal65...>
> Date: October 7, 2018 at 4:40:04 PM MDT
> To: CoBirds Rare Bird Alert <cobirds...>
> Subject: [cobirds] Mystery kingbirds, Larimer
> Reply-To: <quetzal65...>
> Andy Bankert found two interesting kingbirds today at Cobb SWA in Wellington. At least one appears to be Couch’s. More details soon. They flew to the north edge. He is trying to relocate them now.
> Nick Komar
> Fort Collins
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