Hello Paul, I *think* I may have briefly seen the Tropical Kingbird today. I saw the bird sitting on a wire just as I pulled into the entrance and parked in front of the sign for South Platte Park. It was a couple of wires below below several European Starlings. It was marginally larger than them, and had a long bill. It flew downward before I could get a photo. I stayed around the area for about 20 minutes and it didn't return. I checked all around the RPM building, and down the road just to the curve (where there are lots of Lesser Goldfinches). I can't be sure if I saw it, but if it's not too out of your way to Pueblo you could try to see it.
On Wednesday, October 17, 2018 at 12:19:56 PM UTC-6, Paul Hurtado wrote: > > Hi all, > > I know it's a long shot, but I'll be in Denver this Saturday morning en > route to my 20th(!?) high school reunion down in Pueblo, and would love to > see that TROPICAL KINGBIRD (it's pretty rare for me to pick up new ABA > birds in CO since I've moved out of state!). > > So, while it seems to have moved on, I'd very much appreciate hearing from > anyone who goes looking for the bird. > > Thanks! > Paul Hurtado > Reno, NV (Pueblo, CO) > > -- > Paul J. Hurtado > http://www.pauljhurtado.com/ >