Date: 5/22/19 1:18 pm From: Jared Del Rosso <jared.delrosso...> Subject: [cobirds] Re: Western Tanagers - Arapahoe/Littleton/Centennial
I'll add that I've had about a half-dozen Western Tanagers (mostly adult males) at my suet in west Centennial (Arapahoe Co.) over the past 48 hours. A female Lazuli Bunting is visiting my platform feeder too. Yesterday, a Western Kingbird spent some time flycatching in my yard. I've had flybys of them before; this was my first genuine visit. I tried, as I always do, to transform it through sheer will into a Cassin's.
Of special note is a continuing junco (Gray-headed) that has been part of a pair visiting my yard for the last month. Keeping an eye on this late visitor...
- Jared Del Rosso Centennial, CO
On Wednesday, May 22, 2019 at 1:13:28 PM UTC-6, Rosanne Juergens wrote: > > Ventured along the Mary Carter Greenway 7pm Tues 5/21 and saw one Western > Tanager and one Bullock's Oriole. Located just north of Bowles bridge to > first pedestrian bridge, coming from tennis dome parking lot. > https://ebird.org/view/checklist/S56606810 > > Then again today I had one Western Tanager at my suet along with a female > Black-headed Grosbeak (South Sherman & Arapahoe Rd). > > [image: IMG_3451.JPG] > > [image: IMG_3455.JPG] > > Fun stuff! > > Rosanne Juergens > Centennial >