Date: 5/22/19 11:10 am
From: 'Deborah Carstensen' via Colorado Birds <cobirds...>
Subject: [cobirds] Swainsons, Crow valley, Pawnee grasslands

Thanks to Bill and Ruth, sorry I have forgotten last name, I was able to enjoy a kettle of 36 or more Swainsons hawk. There might of been another type of Hawk but Swainsons was the only one identified . It was at nightfall and they flew under the clouds on their way north. It was beautiful!

I don’t really have a good list of clothes I’ve seen but I will make a brief list.

Swainson’s thrush – tons of them
Gray cheek thrush
Veery
Yellow breasted chat
Robins-tons
Western an eastern kingbirds
Lark,vesper, and chipping sparrows
Blue gray gnatcatchers
Red winged black birds
Cowbirds
Blue jays
House wrens
Loggerhead shrike (I got to watch and catch a grasshopper and impale it on some barbed wire!
Western meadow larks
Mourning doves
Eurasian collard doves

I suppose that it for now.
Deb Carstensen, Arapahoe county
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