Date: 10/11/18 2:03 pm
From: Nathan Pieplow <npieplow...>
Subject: [cobirds] Palm Warbler, Lyons, Boulder County
Hi all,

Keita Sin and I birded the Lyons area this morning. The continuing overcast
weather made for good birding, with lots of late migrants.

At Rabbit Mountain a Green-tailed Towhee was hanging on in the large flock
of White-crowned and Chipping Sparrows.

Along South St. Vrain Road in Lyons was a western Palm Warbler, a
MacGillivray's Warbler, two Lewis's Woodpeckers, and at least 44 (!!)
Hermit Thrushes. A late Broad-winged Hawk soared southward.

Fentress Lake just north of Boulder had hundreds of ducks, though nothing
rare.

Nathan Pieplow
Boulder

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