Date: 5/19/19 8:09 pm
From: Andrew Bankert <abankert2007...>
Subject: [cobirds] Larimer County Rarities 19 May
Jacy Bernath-Plaisted and I did a Larimer County big day today and
found/refound several rarities as we traveled from the mountains down to
the prairie tallying 173 species. Here are some of the highlights:

Northern Goshawk flyby at Many Parks Curve in Rocky Mountain National Park
Eastern Phoebes and Northern Waterthrush at both Oxbow Natural Area and
Morey Wildlife Reserve in Loveland
Ovenbird at the usual spot in Rist Canyon
Canvasback and Hooded Merganser on the Poudre Trail just west of Taft Hill
Bobolink at Reservoir Ridge Natural Area
Red-headed Woodpecker at Boxelder Creek on the road to Soapstone Prairie
Common Gallinule at the Schware Unit of the Wellington State Wildlife Area
Palm and Chestnut-sided Warblers on the north side of the wet spot on the
west side of the Cobb Lake Unit of the Wellington State Wildlife Area
Cackling Goose at City Park in Fort Collins
Bonaparte's Gull on Owl Canyon Road north of Poudre Reservoir #3

There were probably others, but it was a long day and my memory might be
better tomorrow.

Good Birding,
Andy Bankert
Fort Collins

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