I last saw the Blackburnian on Airport Rd on the east side of the street just north of what on the map is named “Dry Creek”. There is a bike/walking underpass that goes under Airport Rd by the creek. There were numerous groups of pines along this stretch north all the way back to Staghorn where it flew to. I last saw it in a cluster of pines that was right north of the bike/walking path as the path headed east.
The Blackburnian was mainly heading south in its flights, but did double back a couple times north along the road.
Hope that helps-
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> On Nov 15, 2018, at 4:18 PM, Joe Roller <jroller9...> wrote:
> I see there are not many cross streets, but is there some other way of describing where you saw
> it along Airport Rd? I presume on east side of Air[ort Rd.
> Thanks, Joe Roller
>> On Thu, Nov 15, 2018 at 4:05 PM Joe Roller <jroller9...> wrote:
>> Mark, what was the nearest cross street on Airport Blvd when
>> you saw it, please?
>> Joe Roller
>>> On Thu, Nov 15, 2018 at 2:18 PM Mark Minner-lee <markrminnerlee...> wrote:
>>> Blackburnian moving from pine group to pine group along Airport Rd south of sightings this morning. Just saw as recently as 2:10PM.
>>> Mark Minner-Lee
>>> Broomfield, CO
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