Date: 2/1/19 7:46 pm
From: Brandon <flammowl17...>
Subject: [cobirds] Pueblo birds update 2/1
Since I think some birders are coming to Pueblo County this weekend, I
should mention both the juvenile Tundra Swan and female/immature
White-winged Scoter, both present last weekend, weren't seen today. The
swan was around yesterday, though not today, and the scoter wasn't around
either day. The pond has a lot more ice, so the scoter may have left the
area, after being around over a month from Dec 13 to Jan 27th.

Other birds that were seen in Pueblo County today (check e-bird for
details): Glaucous-winged (first year), Glaucous (immature, very white
bird), Mew (2nd year), Iceland (Thayer's), Great Black-backed and Lesser
Black-backed Gulls. Hermit Thrush, three White-throated Sparrows, Lincoln's
Sparrow, Trumpeter Swan and Greater Scaup. Most of these birds have been
around for the winter, some haven't been seen before today.

Good birding,

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Brandon Percival
Pueblo West, CO

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