Date: 11/19/18 2:46 pm
From: <preston.larimer...>
Subject: Re: [cobirds] Digest for - 14 updates in 13 topics
On 17 Nov. there was a white-winged scoter on the eastern end of Sands Lake SWA, Salida in Chaffee County. Other significant birds were about 12 great-tailed grackles and a number (15) Barrow’s goldeneye.

Preston Larimer
Buena Vista, CO
Sent from my iPhone

> On Nov 19, 2018, at 1:28 AM, <cobirds...> wrote:
> <cobirds...> Google Groups
> Topic digest
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> Yellow-Bellied Sapsucker - Ft Collins - 1 Update
> Fort Collins Black Friday Birding Frolic - 1 Update
> Cape May Warbler photos - 1 Update
> Mountain Lakes Sunday - 1 Update
> Junco ID help my yard. - 1 Update
> Blackburnian still in Longmont 11/18 3:40pm - 1 Update
> Rusty blackbird - 1 Update
> Prospect Ponds (LARIMER) - Winter Wren yes, other rarities no - 1 Update
> White-winged Scoter - 1 Update
> Golden-crowned Sparrow-Boulder continuing - 1 Update
> Pueblo City Park - 2 Updates
> Blackburnian Warbler - Longmont Saturday in the Snow - 1 Update
> Colorado Rare Bird Alert 18 November 2018 - 1 Update
> Yellow-Bellied Sapsucker - Ft Collins
> David Wade <davespeedbump...>: Nov 18 08:55PM -0800
> Greetings all, while searching for an elusive Black-and-white Warbler, I
> happened upon an immature Yellow-bellied Sapsucker at Grandview Cemetery in
> NW Fort Collins today. I also saw an Eastern Screech Owl and Merlin but the
> warbler continues to elude me.
> David Wade
> Ft Collins, CO
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> Fort Collins Black Friday Birding Frolic
> robert beauchamp <torobbeau...>: Nov 18 06:15PM -0800
> Looking to work off those Thanksgiving calories and enjoy a less
> competitive Black Friday experience? Join us Friday morning for our first
> annual Fort Collins Black Friday Birding Frolic.
> Let's meet at Rigden Reservoir (Arapahoe Bend Natural Area) this Friday at
> 8:00 a.m. We’ll check out what is on the water and among the riparian
> corridor. As time permits, we can explore some other local hotspots that
> have been hopping with good birds these past few days. Feel free to bring
> the in-laws, or perhaps you are the in-laws, in which this will be a great
> escape. :)
> No need to RSVP. Meet at the natural area parking lot at the corner of
> Horsetooth & Strauss Cabin Rd., Fort Collins.
> Robert Beauchamp
> Fort Collins
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> Cape May Warbler photos
> Brandon <flammowl17...>: Nov 18 06:18PM -0700
> Jim Merritt got some nice photos of the *Cape May Warbler*, at Pueblo City
> Park this afternoon, when the sun finally came out.
> 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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> Mountain Lakes Sunday
> "Joey Kellner" <vireo1...>: Nov 18 05:53PM -0700
> Greetings,
> Kathy Mihm-Dunning, David Dowell and I birded the lakes of Park and Lake
> Counties. Started with fog and a breeze, but the fog cleared by
> mid-mourning and the breeze lessened.
> Best birds:
> Eleven Mile Reservoir: (mostly open, frozen at west end)
> White-winged Scoter: 9!
> Black Scoter: 8!
> Long-tailed Duck: 1
> Lesser Black-backed Gull: 2 adults
> Common Loon: 2
> Spinney Mountain Reservoir: (mostly open, but freezing up at the west end)
> Long-tailed Duck: 2
> Antero Reservoir: (completely frozen)
> Ice Pond: (almost completely frozen, no birds seen on the tiny amount of
> open water)
> Clear Creek Lake: (mostly frozen; nothing of note)
> Twin Lakes: (completely open)
> Snow Goose: 1
> Long-tailed Duck: 5!
> Mt Elbert Forebay: (completely open)
> Barrow's Goldeneye: 5
> All in all, not a bad day up at "the lakes".
> Joey Kellner
> Littleton, Colorado
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> Junco ID help my yard.
> Ben S <benrmnp...>: Nov 18 04:52PM -0800
> Hi all,
> I had this junco in my yard this evening. It looks like a Pink-sided Junco
> except with a darker head, no black lores, and a more Oregon-junco like
> brown on back. I kind of doubt it is a pure subspecies, I'm thinking it's
> some sort of intergrade. Thoughts?
> Ben Sampson,
> Centennial, CO
> [image: DSCN0538 - Edited.jpg]
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> Blackburnian still in Longmont 11/18 3:40pm
> "snowy.owlets" <snowy.owlets...>: Nov 18 03:40PM -0700
> Hi Everyone, The continuing Blackburnian Warbler is in pines along Airport Road maybe 100 yards north of Dry Creek as of 3:40pm. It's feeding with bushtits. Mark Miller Longmont, CO Sent via the Samsung Galaxy S8 Active, an AT&T 4G LTE smartphone
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> Rusty blackbird
> Gwen Moore <gwensminiroses...>: Nov 18 01:35PM -0700
> Seen by at least two birders this morning at seep north of Sharp Point Rd parking lot. Many redwings; watched fo an hour before Rusty appeared briefly
> Gwen Moore
> Seen at Prospect Ponds, Larimer County
> Sent from my iPhone
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> Prospect Ponds (LARIMER) - Winter Wren yes, other rarities no
> John Shenot <johnshenot...>: Nov 18 12:17PM -0800
> I spent all morning at Prospect Ponds NA in Fort Collins. No sign of the Rusty Blackbird, Fox Sparrow, or Harris’s Sparrow seen just yesterday. As far as I know, several other birders dipped on these too. I did relocate the Winter Wren reported by Dave Leatherman and others. It was seen all too briefly hiding under stumps and tree roots along the bank of the creek just where Dave reported. This is the creek that flows south along the east side of the natural area, then turns to the east and parallels the bike path. Cross the bike path bridge, then take the social trail to the north of the bike path through the grove of mature trees. I saw it on the opposite bank from the trail.
> John Shenot
> Fort Collins CO
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> White-winged Scoter
> Sally W <radabawater...>: Nov 18 10:51AM -0800
> White-winged Scoter easily seen on Sands Lake SWA in Salida this morning. It’s diving continuously; east end of lake. Photo on ebird.
> Sally Waterhouse
> Chaffee County
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> Golden-crowned Sparrow-Boulder continuing
> Gregg Goodrich <gregggoodrich...>: Nov 18 11:03AM -0700
> Continuing bird south of tennis courts past the green gate on little rise
> in path east side of trail. Got digiscope photos.
> View this checklist online at
> Gregg Goodrich
> Highlands Ranch
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> Pueblo City Park
> Brandon <flammowl17...>: Nov 18 09:44AM -0700
> Warbler searching is beginning here, juv Yellow-bellied Sapsucker has been
> found by the ad building, ne side of park, near the round-about.
> Brandon K. Percival
> Pueblo West, CO
> Sent from my Android
> Brandon <flammowl17...>: Nov 18 11:00AM -0700
> Cape May warbler seen by 10 people sw of building in city park.
> Brandon K. Percival
> Pueblo West, CO
> Sent from my Android
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> Blackburnian Warbler - Longmont Saturday in the Snow
> Michael Lester <mlester126...>: Nov 18 10:27AM -0700
> Hi All,
> The Blackburnian Warbler continues this morning along Airport Rd. Last seen in the pines south of Staghorn, east of the north end of the median.
> Michael Lester
> Littleton
> Sent from my iPhone
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> Colorado Rare Bird Alert 18 November 2018
> Joyce Takamine <jabirujt...>: Nov 18 03:44AM -0700
> Compiler: Joyce Takamine
> e-mail: RBA AT
> Date: November 18, 2018
> This is the Colorado Rare Bird Alert for Sunday, November 18 sponsored by
> Denver Field Ornithologists and the Bird Conservancy of the Rockies.
> Note that the RBA is using the new AOU checklist.
> Rare and out of range species for the last seven days include: (*indicates
> new information on this
> species is new)
> Snow Goose (Jefferson, Kiowa, *La Plata, *Larimer, Logan)
> Snow X Cackling Goose hybrid (*Weld)
> Ross’s Goose (Larimer, Logan)
> Greater White-fronted Goose (*El Paso, Larimer, Logan)
> Brant (Larimer)
> Cackling Goose (*Weld)
> Tundra Swan (Adams, *Delta, *Mesa)
> Wood Duck (Larimer)
> Blue-winged Teal (Boulder)
> Eurasian Wigeon (Montezuma)
> Greater Scaup (Montrose)
> Surf Scoter (Arapahoe, *Jefferson)
> White-winged Scoter (Jefferson, Park)
> Black Scoter (*Arapahoe, *Jefferson, Park)
> Long-tailed Duck (Larimer, Logan)
> Barrow’s Goldeneye (Larimer, Montezuma, *Montrose, Park, San Miguel)
> Red-necked Grebe (Boulder, Park)
> Virginia Rail (*Archuleta, Denver)
> Sora (*Archuleta)
> Sandhill Crane (*Delta, Kiowa)
> American Golden-Plover (Kiowa)
> Semipalmated Plover (La Plata)
> Least Sandpiper (Kiowa, Otero)
> Long-billed Dowitcher (Jackson, Otero, Pueblo)
> Wilson’s Snipe (Fremont, Pitkin)
> Greater Yellowlegs (Otero)
> Bonaparte’s Gull (Arapahoe, Kiowa, Larimer, *Weld)
> Mew Gull (Arapahoe, *Boulder, Larimer)
> Iceland Gull (Park, Pueblo)
> Lesser Black-backed Gull (Park, Pueblo)
> Herring X Glaucous Gull (Park)
> Great Black-backed Gull (Pueblo)
> Great Egret (*La Plata)
> Osprey (Larimer)
> Cooper’s Hawk (Montezuma)
> Northern Goshawk (Larimer)
> Red-tailed Hawk (Krider’s) (Larimer)
> Red-tailed Hawk (Harlan’s) (Otero)
> Yellow-bellied Sapsucker (Pueblo)
> Hairy Woodpecker (Kiowa)
> Eastern Phoebe (La Plata)
> Say’s Phoebe (Arapahoe, Jefferson)
> Vermilion Flycatcher (Boulder)
> Northern Shrike (Larimer)
> Loggerhead Shrike (Kiowa)
> Barn Swallow (Adams)
> Bushtit (Arapahoe, Baca, *Boulder, Park, *Pueblo)
> Winter Wren (Larimer)
> SEDGE WREN (*Eagle)
> Marsh Wren (*Archuleta, *Eagle, Kiowa, Montezuma)
> Bewick’s Wren (Mesa)
> Blue-gray Gnatcatcher (Denver)
> American Dipper (*Archuleta, Boulder, *Eagle, Pitkin)
> Ruby-crowned Kinglet (Mesa)
> Eastern Bluebird (Boulder)
> Mountain Bluebird (Delta, Mesa, Montezuma, Pueblo)
> Hermit Thrush (Denver, Mesa)
> Brown Thrasher (Arapahoe)
> Sage Thrasher (El Paso)
> American Pipit (*Eagle, Kiowa, La Plata)
> Gray-crowned Rosy-Finch (Park)
> Brown-capped Rosy-Finch (Park)
> Lesser Goldfinch (Larimer, Montezuma)
> Lapland Longspur (Logan, Park)
> Chipping Sparrow (Pitkin)
> Savannah Sparrow (Adams, Park)
> Fox Sparrow (*Larimer)
> Lincoln’s Sparrow (Adams, Clear Creek)
> Swamp Sparrow (Eagle)
> White-throated Sparrow (Mesa)
> Harris’s Sparrow (*Larimer, Rio Grande)
> Golden-crowned Sparrow (*Boulder)
> Brown-headed Cowbird (Otero)
> Rusty Blackbird (Arapahoe, *Larimer, Logan)
> Great-tailed Grackle (*Eagle)
> Black-and-white Warbler (Larimer)
> Blackburnian Warbler (*Boulder)
> Palm Warbler (Arapahoe, Boulder, Douglas, Jefferson)
> Pine Warbler (Pueblo)
> Yellow-rumped Warbler (Arapahoe, *Archuleta, *Boulder, Eagle, Montezuma,
> Montrose, *Pueblo)
> Northern Cardinal (Larimer)
> ---On November 13 at 88th and South Platte River, Tyler Wilson and Alicia
> Arnold reported Barn Swallow and Savannah Sparrow.
> ---On November 13 at Rocky Mountain Arsenal NWR—First Creek, Tyler Wilson
> and Alicia Arnold reported Lincoln’s Sparrow.
> ---On November 13 at Barr Lake SP, Candice Johnson reported Tundra Swan.
> ---On November 13 at Cherry Creek SP, Bob Righter and Tom Wilberding
> reported pair of Rusty Blackbirds and Mew Gull. On November 14 at Cherry
> Creek SP, Cole Sage and Myron Gerhard reported first winter Mew Gull and
> Rusty Blackbird. On November 15 at Cherry Creek SP, Lindsay Purifoy, Steve
> Rash, Tim Mitzen reported 8 Bonaparte’s Gull, Mew Gull, and 2 Rusty
> Blackbird. On November 16 at Cherry Creek SP, Joel and Dale Adams reported
> 15 Bonaparte’s Gull, Brown Thrasher, and 2 Rusty Blackbirds.
> ---On November 13 at South Platte Reservoir, Mary Keithler, Cynthia Madsen,
> and David Hill reported Surf Scoter, Black Scoter, and Palm Warbler. On
> November 15 at South Platte Reservoir, Gregg Goodrich and DFO Field Trip
> reported Black Scoter. On November 16 at South Platte Reservoir, Rosanne
> Jurgens reported Black Scoter. On November 17 at South Platte Reservoir,
> Joey Kellner and Dean Shoup reported Black Scoter.
> ---On November 16 at South Platte Park – Carson Nature Center, Bill
> Schreitz reported Say’s Phoebe, 12 Bushtit, and Yellow-rumped Warbler.
> ---On November 17 at San Juan Riverwalk in Pagosa Springs, Charles Martinez
> reported Virginia Rail, Sora, Marsh Wren, American Dipper, and 2
> Yellow-rumped Warbler.
> ---On November 15 at Walden Ponds, Leslie S reported Vermilion Flycatcher.
> On November 16 at Walden Ponds, Zhen niu and Peter Gent reported Vermilion
> Flycatcher and American Dipper.
> ---On November 13 in SW Longmont in conifer tree east of Airport Rd along
> Dry Creek Greenway (Kristen Schall Greenspace), Scott Severs reported 1st
> winter Blackburnian Warbler. On November 14 in pines at Oakwood Drive
> Circle SW of Staghorn Dr, David Dowell reported Blackburnian Warbler. On
> November 15 near Oakwood Dr and Staghorn, Mark Miller, Dave Leatherman,
> Scott Seavers Mark Minner-Lee, Todd Deininger and Cole Sage reported
> Blackburnian Warbler, Palm Warbler, and Yellow-rumped Warbler. On November
> 16 at the stakeout near Staghorn and Oakwood, and on east side of Airport
> Road, Karl Stecher and several other birders reported Blackburnian
> Warbler. The warbler moves around a lot. If you cannont find it at the
> stakeout, look at the pines on east side of Airport Road. On November 17
> at stakeout near Staghorn and Oakwood, and east side of Airport road, Bez
> Bezuidenhout, Bryan Guarenta, Luke Phenger, Steve Mlodinow, Rob Cassasdy,
> and Pablo Quezada reported 10 Bushtit, Blackburnian Warbler, and
> Yellow-rumped Warbler.
> ---On November 13 at CU South, Matt Hofeditz reported Golden-crowned
> Sparrow S of Parking Lot for Tennis Complex. On November 14 at CU South on
> road past tennis courts near base of hill next to a small tree on East side
> of road, Laura Steadman, Melissa Mezger, James McCall, Boulder Bird Club,
> Alicia Arnold, Tyler Wilson, John Malenich reported Golden-crowned
> Sparrow. On November 15 at CU South, S of Tennis Courts Nathan Pieplow and
> several other birders reported Golden-crowned Sparrow and Eastern
> Bluebird. On November 16 at CU South, Dale Adams and many other birders
> reported Golden-crowned Sparrow on path past green gate in where there are
> Willows on both sides of the trail. On November 17 at CU South, Bez
> Bezuidenhout, Rob Cassady, Christian Nunes, Laura Steadman and Melissa
> Mezger reported Golden-crowned Sparrow past the green gate where trail
> passes some water on left and goes up a gentle hill with trees on either
> side.
> ---On November 15 at Boulder Reservoir, David Dowell reported Red-necked
> Grebe. On November 16 at Boulder Reservoir, Alexander Brown reported
> Red-necked Grebe.
> ---On November 16 at Erie Reservoir, Skye Lewis reported 4 Blue-winged Teal.
> ---On November 17 at McCall Lake, Christian Nunes, Pablo Quezada, and Sue
> Riffe reported ad Mew Gull.
> ---On November 13 at G50 Rd, Bill Harris reported 2 Tundra Swan and 9
> Mountain Bluebird. On November 16 at G50 Rd, Betty Fenton reported 2
> Tundra Swans and 35 Sandhill Crane. On November 17 at G50 Rd, Rick Harner
> reported 2 Tundra Swan and 255 Sandhill Crane.
> ---On November 14 at Sand Creek Greenway, George Ho reported Blue-gray
> Gnatcatcher.
> ---On November 15 at Bluff Lake NC, John Cobb reported Hermit Thrush.
> ---On November 15 at Lake Creek Village Wetland, JoAnn Riggle reported
> American Dipper, Swamp Sparrow, Yellow-rumped Warbler (Myrtle), 5
> Yellow-rumped Warbler (Audubon). On November 15 at Lake Creek Village
> Wetland, Jennifer Prusse reported American Dipper and Yellow-rumped Warbler
> (Audubon); Eric Culbertson reported SEDGE WREN. On November 17 at Lake
> Creek Village Wetland, Eric Culbertson, Jennifer and William Prusse, and
> JoAnn Riggle reported SEDGE WREN, Marsh Wren, American Dipper, American
> Pipit, 3 Yellow-rumped Warbler, and Great-tailed Grackle.
> ---On November 13 on Hanover Road, Jan Allbright and Richard Bunn reported
> Sage Thrasher.
> ---On November 17 at Memorial Park and Prospect Lake, Alan Ketcham reported
> Greater White-fronted Goose.
> ---On November 13 on Canon City Riverwalk—Sells Lake to S Raynolds Ave, Jon
> Wakley reported Wilson’s Snipe.
> ---On November 14 at Bear Creek Lake Park—Big Soda Lakes N Trail, Chuck Aid
> and Michael Kiessig reported 2 Black Scoter. On November 16 at Bear Creek
> Lake Park, Frank Farrell reported Black Scoter.
> ---On November 13 at South Platte Reservoir SW Bay, Cynthia Madsen, Mary
> Burger, Dale Pate, Doug Kibbe, Mackenzie Goldthwaite, Frank Farrell, Tim
> Mitzen, and Lindsay Purifoy reported Surf Scoter, Black Scoter and Palm
> Warbler. On November 17 at South Platte Reservoir SW Bay, Raymond Sperger
> reported Black Scoter and Crystal Wilson reported Surf Scoter.
> ---On November 14 at Robert A. Easton Park on S side of Hine Lake, Lindsay
> Purifoy and Tim Mitzen reported Palm Warbler.
> ---On November 15 at Denver Botanic Gardens Chatfield Farms, Cynthia Madsen
> and Janet Shin reported 5 Snow Geese (flyover) and Say’s Phoebe.
> ---On November 14 at Neenoshe Reservoir, David Suddjian and DFO Field trip
> reported 1500 Snow Geese, American Golden-Plover (flyover), 4 Least
> Sandpiper, 44 Bonaparte’s Gull, Pacific Loon, Hairy Woodpecker, Loggerhead
> Shrike, Marsh Wren, and 27 American Pipit.
> ---On Novmeber 16 at Pastorius Reservoir, Susan Allerton reported
> Semipalmated Plover, Eastern Phoebe, and American Pipit.
> ---On November 17 at Zink’s Pond, Jim Beatty reported 4 Snow Geese and
> Great Egret.
> ---On November 5 SW of Wellington, Steve Martin reported that a f Northern
> Cardinal has been visiting his feeders for over a month. If anyone is
> interested in trying to see the Cardinal, contact Steve at falconridge AT
> On November 9 at Falcon Ridge, Andy Bankert, David Wade, Jay
> Breidt, Nick Komar, and Walter Wehtje reported Harris’s Sparrow,
> White-throated Sparrow and f Northern Cardinal.
> ---On November 14 at Timnath Reservoir, Andy Bankert and Josh Bruening
> reported 7 Snow Geese, Ross’s Goose, 3 Greater White-fronted Geese, and
> Brant
> ---On November 14 at Lake Loveland, Andy Bankert reported Long-tailed Duck,
> 40 Bonaparte’s Gull, and Mew Gull.
> ---On November 13 at Douglas Reservoir, Dave Leatherman reported imm m
> Barrow’s Goldeneye and Northern Goshawk.
> ---On November 14 at Prospect Ponds NA, Walter Wehtje reported 3 Wood Duck,
> Red-tailed Hawk (Krider’s), and Rusty Blackbird.
> ---On November 15 at North Poudre #3 Reservoir, N of Wellington, Joe
> Mammoser reported AMERICAN BLACK DUCK.
> ---On November 15 at Spring Canyon Community Park, Andy Bankert reported
> Lesser Goldfinch.
> ---On November 15 at 4600 S. College Ave, Fort Collins, Josh Bruening
> reported Osprey (flyover) while we was waiting for the traffic light to
> change.
> ---On November 15 at Prospect Ponds NA, Josh Bruening reported Winter Wren
> and f Rusty Blackbird. On November 16 at Prospect Ponds NA, Dave
> Leatherman reported Fox Sparrow. On November 17 at Prospect Ponds NA, Fawn
> Simonds and Robert Beauchamp reported Snow Goose, Fox Sparrows, Harris’s
> Sparrow, and Rusty Blackbird.
> ---On November 16 at Grandview Cemetery, John Shenot reported
> Black-and-white Warbler.
> ---On November 16 at Jumbo Reservoir, Sue Riffe reported 2000 Snow Geese, 6
> Ross’s Geese, Greater White-fronted Goose, and Long-tailed Duck.
> ---On November 16 at (40.556, -102.811), Glenn Walbek and Mark Peterson
> reported 10 Lapland Longspur and f Rusty Blackbird.
> ---On November 15 at Highline Lake SP, Kathleen McGinley, Mike Henwood, and
> Eileen Cunningham reported 5 Tundra Swan. On November 17 at Highline Lake
> SP, Denise and Mark Vollmar reported 5 Tundra Swan.
> ---On November 16 at Grand Junction WA, Ron Lambeth and David Price
> reported Bewick’s Wren, Hermit Thrush, Ruby-crowned Kinglet, 3 Mountain
> Bluebird, 3 White-throated Sparrow, and 2 Yellow-rumped Warbler.
> ---On November 16 at Denny Lake Park, Coen Dexter and Brenda Wright
> reported 4 Lesser Goldfinch, and Marsh Wren.
> ---On November 16 at Industrial Park Pond, Brenda Wright, Coen Dexter, and
> Erik Hendrickson reported Eurasian Wigeon and Mountain Bluebird.
> ---On November 16 at Totten Reservoir, Coen Dexter and Brenda Wright
> reported m Barrow’s Goldeneye, Cooper’s Hawk, 5 Mountain Bluebird, and
> Yellow-rumped Warbler.
> ---On November 13 at Otter Pond, Betty Fenton reported 2 Greater Scaup.
> ---On November 14 at Cerise Regional Park, Bill Harris reported
> Yellow-rumped Warbler.
> ---On November 14 at Holbrook Reservoir, David Suddjian and DFO Field Trip
> reported 19 Least Sandpiper, 7 Long-billed Dowitcher, 4 Greater Yellowlegs,
> and Red-tailed Hawk (Harlans’).
> ---On November 14 at Hwy 266 w of Hwy 109, David Suddjian and DFO Field
> Trip reported 3 Brown-headed Cowbird (2m, 1f).
> ---On November 14 at Eleven Mile SP, David Tonnessen, Mark Peterson, and
> Lisa Edwards reported 8 White-winged Scoter (7 at Lazy Boy, 1 at Sucker
> Cove), 5 Black Scoter (3e at Howbert, 2 at Lazy Boy), 9 Barrow’s Goldeneye
> (6m, 3f), 2 Red-necked Grebe (1 at Howbert, 1 at Lazy Boy with Western
> Grebe), Iceland Gull (Thayer’s), Herring X Glaucous hybrid, 14 Bushtit at
> Sucker’s Cove, 2 Gray-crowned Rosy-Finch (Hepburn’s), 10 Gray-crowned
> Rosy-Finch, 80 Brown-capped Rosy-Finch, and Lapland Longspur. On November
> 15 at Eleven Mile SP, Jerry DeBoer reported Red-necked Grebe, Gray-crowned
> Rosy-Finch, and Brown-capped Rosy-Finch.
> ---On November 17 at Midland Park in Aspen, Catherine Hagen reported
> Chipping Sparrow.
> ---On November 13 at Aspen Center for Environmental Studies, Catherine
> Hagen reported Wilson’s Snipe and 3 Steller’s Jay. On November 16 at Aspen
> Center for Environmental Studies, Catherine Hagen reported Wilson’s Snipe.
> ---On November 15 at Pueblo City Park, Brandon Percival and Clif Smith
> reported juv Yellow-bellied Sapsucker by Tennis Court and Pine Warbler SE
> of traffic circle. On November 17 at Pueblo City Park, Van Truan and
> Brandon Percival reported 25 Bushtit, 2 Ruby-crowned Kinglet, CAPE MAY
> WARBLER, and 2 Yellow-rumped Warblers.
> ---On November 15 at Pueblo Reservoir, South Marina Alan Ketcham and
> Brandon Percival reported Great Black-backed Gull, Long-billed Dowitcher
> (flying around), and Mountain Bluebird. On November 16 at Pueblo Reservoir
> South Marina, John Drummond reported Iceland Gull (Thayers), Lesser
> Black-backed Gull and Great Black-backed Gull.
> ---On November 13 at Monte Vista NWR at 8S observation turnout, John
> Rawinski reported imm Harris’s Sparrow.
> ---On November 17 at Union Reservoir, Steve Mlodinow reported Cackling
> (Taverner’s) Goose, Snow X Cackling hybrid, and 41 Bonaparte’s Gull.
> DFO Field Trips
> For more details go to the DFO website
> Pueblo and Canon City Areas
> Monday, November 19
> 5:00 AM – 7:00 PM
> David Suddjian (dsuddjian AT; 831-713-8659)
> Northeasten Colorado
> Tuesday, November 20
> 5:30 AM – 6:00 PM
> David Suddjian (dsuddjian AT; 831-713-8659)
> Park County Explorations
> Friday, November 23
> 6:00 AM – 3:00 PM
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