---On November 13 at South Platte Reservoir, Mary Keithler, Cynthia Madsen,
& David Hill reported Surf & Black Scoters. The Black Scoter was seen Nov
23 & 24.
---On November 20 the Tuesday Birders saw a Rusty Blackbird at the east
edge of the Swim Beach at Cherry Creek SP; it continued through Nov 24.
---On November 24 Christopher Warneke reported a Palm Warbler at Eagle
Watch Lake, which is just east of South Platte Reservoir.
---On November 15 at Walden Ponds, Leslie S reported a Vermilion
Flycatcher, seen daily through November 24.
---On November 13 in SW Longmont, near Airport Rd & Dry Creek Greenway,
Scott Severs reported a 1st winter Blackburnian Warbler. It continued
through Nov 18 in pines near there, then again on November 22.
---On November 13 at CU South, Matt Hofeditz reported a Golden-crowned
Sparrow south of the parking lot for Tennis Complex. It continued through
---On November 19 Thomas Sather found a Palm Warbler at Parkland St. Ponds,
which can be found by going south from Hwy 36 on Hwy 121 one block, then
left on Uptown Ave & wind around to reach the ponds on the left.
---On November 18 Sally Waterhouse reported a White-winged Scoter at Sands
Lake SWA; it was seen again on November 19 & 20.
---On November 23 Joey Kellner reported an immature Red-throated Loon at
Chatfield SP, seen from the Lake View parking lot, which is between
Campground Loops B & C. It lingered and was seen on Nov 25.
---On November 15 at Lake Creek Village Wetland, Eric Culbertson reported a
SEDGE WREN, which has continued through November 23. There have been only
two previous West Slope records on eBird!
---On November 19 Jerry DeBoer reported Yellow-bellied Sapsucker at Rouse
---On November 14 at Bear Creek Lake Park—Big Soda Lakes N Trail, Chuck Aid
& Michael Kiessig reported 2 Black Scoters, seen again on Nov 20.
---On November 13 at South Platte Reservoir SW Bay, Cynthia Madsen and
others reported Surf & Black Scoter in the bay and Palm Warbler at the edge
of the parking lot. The Palm Warbler was seen again near there Nov 21-24.
The Surf Scoter was seen on Nov 19; the Black on Nov 20 through 23.
---On November 20 Burke Angstman reported a Palm Warbler at the boat launch
area at Bear Creek Lake Park; still there on Nov 21.
---On November 21 Daniel Horton reported a Prothonotary Warbler and Black
Phoebe at the “Clear Creek Trail--Golden to I-70” eBird hotspot. Both were
seen again on Nov 23. On November 24 a Palm Warbler was seen there.
---On November 23 Franks Ferrell reported an adult Trumpeter Swan at the
Denver Botanic Gardens Chatfield Farms, seen again on Nov 24.
---On November 24 the Red-throated Loon found by Joey Kellner at Chatfield
SP in Douglas County, was also seen in Jefferson County.
---On November 24 Jerry Baines reported a Pine Warbler at Denver West
LA PLATA COUNTY:
---On November 22 a Greater Roadrunner was reported by Sioux Toburen from
Durango, where it is quite rare.
---On November 16 at Grandview Cemetery John Shenot reported a
Black-and-white Warbler. He found it again on Nov 22 in a mixed species
flock in area 9.
---On November 18 David Wade reported an imm Yellow-bellied Sapsucker at
Grandview Cemetery. It continued through November 24.
---On November 20 Andy Bankert found a Palm Warbler at Running Deer Natural
Area in Fort Collins. It hung out in the shrubby area to the east of the
trail that heads due south from the parking lot and was seen again on
---On November 24 SW of Wellington, Steve Martin reported that a f Northern
Cardinal has been visiting his feeders for over six weeks. If anyone is
interested in trying to see the Cardinal, please contact Steve at
falconridge AT cowisp.net
---On November 24 Nick Komar reported a Yellow-bellied Sapsucker at Eden
Valley Institute in Fort Morgan.
---On November 16 at Industrial Park Pond, Brenda Wright, Coen Dexter, &
Erik Hendrickson reported a Eurasian Wigeon, which continued through
---On November 19 Brenda Wright reported that the Surf Scoter continues,
present for over two weeks at Ridgway Reservoir.
---On November 14 at Eleven Mile SP David Tonnessen, Mark Peterson & Lisa
Edwards reported 8 White-winged Scoters & 5 Black Scoters. Joey Kellner
reported that both scoter species continued in similar numbers there on Nov
---On November 15 at Pueblo City Park, Brandon Percival and Clif Smith
reported juv Yellow-bellied Sapsucker near the admin building. One or more
continued through November 23.
---On November 17 & 18 Brandon & Van Truan & others saw a CAPE MAY WARBLER
in Pueblo City Park. It was seen again on Nov 19 & 20.
---On November 20 Steve Mlodinow reported a Mexican Duck at Stewart’s Pond,
which is east of Hwy 85 on Weld CR 46.