Date: 5/25/19 11:51 am
From: Richard Trinkner <richardinboulder...>
Subject: [cobirds] Hermit and Magnolia Warblers continue, Boulder Creek (Boulder County)
The Hermit continues to forage through bushes and trees at the 17th-street
bridge over Boulder Creek, just north and downhill from CU's Mackey
Auditorium.

A few hundred yards further east along the creek, the male Magnolia also
continues. The Magnolia was immediately above the creek in the area we used
to call "Warbler Woods", below the CU rec center and across the creek from
the brick university family housing.

Decent photos of the Hermit and Magnolia:
https://ebird.org/view/checklist/S56721331. The Hermit no doubt is the
most photographed bird in Boulder today. Many passersby were caught up in
the excitement and took photos with their phones and pocket cameras.

Richard Trinkner
Boulder

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