Date: 11/18/18 5:19 pm
From: Brandon <flammowl17...>
Subject: [cobirds] Cape May Warbler photos
Jim Merritt got some nice photos of the *Cape May Warbler*, at Pueblo City
Park this afternoon, when the sun finally came out.
https://ebird.org/view/checklist/S50030264

At least 15 people were able to see the warbler today, hopefully it stays
for tomorrow's DFO Field Trip. There was no sign of the Pine Warbler that
was photographed on Thursday at Pueblo City Park, maybe it will turn up
again at some point. The juvenile Yellow-bellied Sapsucker was seen by
quite a few people today as well in Pueblo City Park. Finding warblers are
Pueblo City Park can take a lot of looking, and walking around and
listening for chip notes, high up in the pine needles. The park is big,
and birds move around, I['m sure they go into the Pueblo Zoo and to the
residential areas, nearby, where there could be suet feeders. There could
easily be more species of warblers around Pueblo City Park area, we've had
a long list over the years during November and December, so I wouldn't be
surprised if more turn up soon.

Good luck everyone coming here to look for the warblers, I'll be helping
the DFO Group tomorrow, so hopefully the birds cooperate.

--
Brandon Percival
Pueblo West, CO

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