Date: 5/26/19 2:51 pm
From: <preston.larimer...>
Subject: [cobirds] Black tern—Chaffee County.
I saw a black tern in a marshy pasture 100 yards north of the bridge over the Arkansas on CR 166 near Salida on Friday 5/24, and one at Franz Lake on in Salida on both 5/24 and 5/25.

Preston Larimer
Buena Vista, CO
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> Colorado Rare Bird Alert for May 26, 2019 - 1 Update
> Boulder county miscellany 5/25 - 1 Update
> Bird Conservancy Banding Report - Chatfield, 5/25/19 - 1 Update
> Hermit Warbler , CU, Boulder - 2 Updates
> Chestnut sided, bear creek nature center, El Paso co - 1 Update
> Hermit and Magnolia Warblers continue, Boulder Creek (Boulder County) - 1 Update
> Long tailed Duck Weld - 1 Update
> Red-bellied Woodpecker - Pueblo 5/25 - 1 Update
> Lewis’s woodpecker - 1 Update
> Tennesee Warbler El Paso - 1 Update
> Hooded Warbler, Main Res, Jefferson county - 1 Update
> White-winged Dove - 1 Update
> Colorado Rare Bird Alert for May 26, 2019
> Allison Hilf <ahilf...>: May 26 12:02AM -0600
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> Date: Sunday, May 26, 2019
> Compiler: Allison Hilf (ahilf AT me.com)
> Phone: (303) 888-5110
> E-mail: RBA AT cobirds.org
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> This is the Colorado Rare Bird Alert for Sunday, May 26 sponsored by Denver Field Ornithologists. Observers have been helpful by reporting sightings and updates on COBirds. Thanks!
>
> CAPITAL LETTERS are used for very rare species, as listed by the Colorado Bird Records Committee.
> (*) indicates new information on this species.
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> For information on birds seen today, go to cobirds.org and scroll to the bottom for “Recent eBird Sightings”.
>
> Rare, out-of-place and out-of-season species include:
>
> Long-tailed Duck (*Weld)
> BLACK-BILLED CUCKOO (*Weld)
> COMMON GALLINULE (*Larimer)
> SNOWY PLOVER (Weld)
> Red Phalarope (Weld)
> Green Heron (Weld)
> Gray-Cheeked Thrush (*El Paso, Jefferson, Larimer, *Logan, Weld)
> Baird’s Sparrow (*Larimer)
> Ovenbird (*Adams)
> Northern Waterthrush (Boulder, *Chaffee)
> Prothonotary Warbler (*Routt)
> Tennessee Warbler (Bent, Boulder, *El Paso, Jefferson, Montrose, Weld)
> MOURNING WARBLER (El Paso, Larimer)
> Hooded Warbler (*Jefferson)
> Magnolia Warbler (*Boulder, Pueblo)
> Chestnut-sided Warbler (Bent, *Boulder, *El Paso, Jefferson, Larimer)
> Blackpoll Warbler (Boulder, Jefferson)
> Palm Warbler (Broomfield, Jefferson)
> HERMIT WARBLER (*Boulder)
> HEPATIC TANAGER (Pueblo)
> Summer Tanager(*Fremont, *Jefferson)
> Northern Cardinal (Weld)
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>
> ADAMS COUNTY:
> —-On May 25 a Ovenbird was reported at Rocky Mountain Arsenal NWR by Kim Mauritz.
>
> BENT COUNTY:
> —-On May 24 a Chestnut-sided Warbler was reported at Van’s Grove by Duane Nelson.
> —-On May 24 (2) Tennessee Warbler were reported at Van’s Grove by Duane Nelson.
>
> BOULDER COUNTY:
> —-On May 25 a Hermit Warbler was reported at Varsity Pond North End, best seen at the corner of University and 17th. First reported On May 24 by Steve Larson.
> —-On May 25 a Chestnut-sided Warbler was reported at Twin Lakes by Pablo Quezada.
> —-On May 25 a Magnolia Warbler was reported at Boulder Creek/Univ. of CO by Richard Trinkner.
> —-On May 23 a Northern Waterthrush was reported at Greenlee Wildlife Preserve by Ted Floyd.
> —-On May 22 a Northern Waterthrush was reported along Coal Creek in Louisville byJack Bushong.
> —-On May 21 a Blackpoll Warbler and a Tennessee Warbler were reported at Pleasant View Marsh by Peter Gent.
>
> BROOMFIELD COUNTY:
> —-On May 22 a Palm Warbler was reported at Interlocken East Park by Matt Hofeditz.
>
> CHAFFEE COUNTY:
> —-On May 25 a Northern Waterthrush was reported at Sands Lake SWA by Greg Mihalik.
>
> EL PASO:
> —-On May 25 a Gray-cheeked Thrush was reported at Chico Basin Banding Area by Duwayane Worthington.
> —-On May 25 a Tennessee Warbler was reported at Chico Basin Banding Station by Luke Pheneger.
> —-On May 25 a Chestnut-sided Warbler was reported at Bear Creek Nature Center (on the song bird trail) by Eric Storms.
> —-On May 24 a MOURNING WARBLER was reported at Chico Basin wooded area by Cody Endanian.
>
> FREMONT COUNTY:
> —-On May 25 a Summer Tanager was reported at Brush Hollow Reservoir by Susan Blansett.
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> JEFFERSON COUNTY:
> —-On May 25 a Summer Tanager was reported at Main Reservoir by Joe Roller.
> —-On May 25 a Hooded Warbler was reported at Main Reservoir approx. 100 yds west of the south parking lot on the main trail. First reported on May 22 by Ric Olsen.
> —-On May 24 a Gray-cheeked Thrush was reported at Chatfield SP/Audubon Nature Center & Trails by Michael Lester.
> —-On May 24 a Blackpoll Warbler was reported at Leyden Lake by James McCall.
> —-On May 23 a Tennessee Warbler was reported at Main Reservoir by Pablo Quezada.
> —-On May 22 a Blackpoll Warbler was reported Wheat Ridge Greenbealt/Prospect Park and Lake by Michelle Desrosiers.
> —-On May 22 a Chestnut-sided Warbler was reported at Bear Creek Lake Park/Boat Launch Area. First reported on May 21 by James McCall.
> —-On March 21 a Palm Warbler was reported at Belmar Park by Elaine Wagner.
> —-On March 21 a Palm Warbler was reported at Chatfield SP/Deer Creek by David Suddjian.
>
> LARIMER COUNTY:
> —-On May 25 (2) Baird’s Sparrow were reported at Soapstone Prairie Natural Area. First reported on May 13 by Andy Bankert.
> —-On May 25 a COMMON GALLINULE was reported from Wellington State Wildlife Area, first seen by Josh Bruening on April 29. This rarity was at a pond north of Larimer CR 60 in the Schware Unit. (Note that this is not Morris Reservoir, which is on the south side of 60).
> —-On May 24 a Chestnut-sided Warbler was reported at Wellington SWA/Cobb Lake Unit (near east parking lot). First reported on May 18 by Phillip Bailey.
> —-On May 23 a MOURNING WARBLER was reported at Lee Martinez Park (last seen next to ditch on north side of bike path). First reported on May 19 by David Wade.
> —-On May 23 a Gray-cheeked Thrush was reported at Spring Canyon Community Park by Nick Kamar.
>
> LOGAN COUNTY:
> —-On May 25 a Gray-cheeked Thrush was reported at Tamarack Ranch SWA by Loch Kilpatrick.
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> MONTROSE COUNTY:
> —-On May 24 a Tennessee Warbler was reported at Django’s Castle by Susan Entsminger.
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> PUEBLO COUNTY:
> —-On May 21 a HEPATIC TANAGER was reported at Pueblo City Park. First reported on May 20 by Mark Yeager.
> —-On May 21 a Magnolia Warbler was reported at Pueblo Reservoir SWA, South Side. First reported on May 20 by Evan Carlson.
>
> ROUTT COUNTY:
> —-On May 25 a Prothonotary Warbler was reported behind the Yampa River Botanic Park, between the Core Trail gate into the park and the Osprey nest pole. First reported on May 22 by Dave and Ann Jones.
>
> WELD COUNTY:
> —-On May 25 a Black-bilked Cuckoo was reported at Poudre Ponds by Steve Mlodinow.
> —-On May 25 a Long-tailed Duck was reported at Firestone Gravel Ponds (smaller pond) by Seven Mlodinow.
> —-On May 24 a Red Phalarope was reported at Baxter Lake, on east side of county line road, a mile or so south of 56, which goes into Berthoud. Park on Wilfred Road, cross county line road with care, and find safe place to scan from. Reported by Steve Mlodinow.
> —-On May 24 a Snowy Plover was Crom Lake by Grant Beauprez.
> —-On May 24 a Green Heron was reported at Neff Lake & Hogarty Reservoir Area by Gene Rutherford.
> —-On May 24 a Northern Cardinal was reported at Pawnee NG/Norma’s Grove by Gene Rutherford.
> —-On May 22 a Gray-cheeked Thrush was reported at Crow Valley Campground. (4) First reported on May 21 by Bill Schreitz
> —-On May 22 a (f) Tennessee Warbler was reported at Crow Valley Campground by Mark Miller.
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> Sunday, June 2
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> Good birding,
> Allison Hilf
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> Boulder county miscellany 5/25
> "Mark Miller" <snowy.owlets...>: May 25 09:45PM -0600
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> Hi Everyone,
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>
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> Today 5/25 I visited some local spots around Longmont. First I went to Pella
> Crossing. There were plenty of migrants: Clay-colored Sparrow, Swainson's
> Thrush, Plumbeous Vireo, (presumed) Willow Flycatcher, Least Flycatcher. A
> Broad-winged Hawk circling overhead was a surprise. Lagerman Reservoir still
> has some Red-necked Phalaropes, and there was an Eastern Kingbird in place
> of last week's Western and Cassin's. Two Common Goldeneye seemed late in
> departing. Late in the day I went to Walden Ponds, where Edith Israel's
> Lewis's Woodpecker was still in the unhealthy cottonwood at the first
> residence on the right on Walden Ponds Road. The bird was visible from the
> road, but eventually flew north out of view.
>
>
>
> Mark Miller
>
> Longmont, CO
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> Bird Conservancy Banding Report - Chatfield, 5/25/19
> Meredith McBurney <Meredith.McBurney...>: May 25 05:54PM -0700
>
> We continued to catch a variety of species and enjoy good spring weather.
> Here's the breakdown of today's 46 new birds:
>
> Western Wood-pewee 1
> Dusky Flycatcher 5
> Cordilleran Flycatcher 1
> Warbling Vireo 1
> House Wren 3
> Swainson's Thrush 2
> Gray Catbird 10
> Cedar Waxwing 1
> Virginia's Warbler 3
> Yellow Warbler 2 new, 1 banded in each 2015, 2016 and 2018
> Yellow-rumped Warbler, Audubon's 1
> MacGillivray's Warbler 5
> Common Yellowthroat 1
> Western Tanager 1
> Lincoln's Sparrow 3
> White-crowned Sparrow, Mountain 1
> Red-winged Blackbird 1
> Lesser Goldfinch 1 (FOS)
>
> Tomorrow is our last weekend day of the season; registration is required
> for all weekend visitors; see the Denver Audubon website to sign up. Please
> remember we will be closed on Monday, Memorial Day. We will then be open
> Tuesday through Friday of next week. We have organized groups coming our
> early Tuesday-Thursday but no school groups later in the morning. We are
> opening nets at 6:30, and most days have birds back at the station by 7:15.
> We aim to close by noon most days, earlier if it is very hot, very cold, or
> very windy.
> Come visit!
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> Meredith McBurney
> Bander
> Bird Conservancy of the Rockies
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> Hermit Warbler , CU, Boulder
> Todd Deininger <goldeneagle90a...>: May 25 06:40AM -0600
>
> Bird just arrived, 17th and Uni
> Kevin <kevdeboer...>: May 25 04:54PM -0700
>
> Continuing at 550pm in pines south of drainage ditch.
>
> Kevin DeBoer
> Lakewood
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> Chestnut sided, bear creek nature center, El Paso co
> Eric Storms <ericbs1975...>: May 25 02:31PM -0600
>
> About an hour ago we had a chestnut sided warbler at the eastern end of
> song bird trail working its way up the river. Will post pics to ebird
> checklist tonight. Initial assessment is that it’s a female based on
> markings. Wasn’t making any sound. Just looked at the right spot at the
> right time!
>
> Eric Storms
> Castle Rock
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> Hermit and Magnolia Warblers continue, Boulder Creek (Boulder County)
> Richard Trinkner <richardinboulder...>: May 25 12:51PM -0600
>
> 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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> Long tailed Duck Weld
> Steven Mlodinow <sgmlod...>: May 25 12:37PM -0600
>
> A somewhat breeding plumage female Long tailed Duck is in the smaller pond- half dried up - at Firestone Gravel Ponds
> Steve Mlodinow
> Longmont
>
> Sent from my iPhone
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> Red-bellied Woodpecker - Pueblo 5/25
> Brandon <flammowl17...>: May 25 12:21PM -0600
>
> The Red-bellied Woodpecker that has been in Pueblo, since October, is still
> west of the Pueblo Nature Center, along the Arkansas River in Pueblo
> County, this morning (25 May). There are still many mountain breeding
> species in Pueblo today, which sometimes by late May, they are mostly gone
> from Pueblo. Wilson's Warblers, Audubon's (Yellow-rumped), MacGillivray's
> Warblers, Plumbeous Vireo, Olive-sided Flycatcher, Western Tanagers,
> White-crowned and Lincoln's Sparrow, to name a few. I ended up with 61
> species of birds at the Pueblo Nature Center area this morning. At the
> Pueblo West Gravel Pit pond (between the Nature Center and Osprey Picnic
> Area), a Red-necked Phalarope continues and there was also a Great Egret,
> two Snowy Egrets were west of the Pueblo Nature Center this morning.
>
> Good birding,
>
> --
> Brandon Percival
> Pueblo West, CO
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> Lewis’s woodpecker
> Edith Israel <edieisrael5...>: May 25 08:59AM -0600
>
> One at private residence Walden entrance and 75th. In cottonwoods
> Edie Israel boulder county
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> Tennesee Warbler El Paso
> Luke Pheneger <phenegerluke...>: May 25 10:45AM -0600
>
> Singing at the Chico Basin Ranch Banding Station.
>
>
>
> Luke Pheneger
> Longmont
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> Hooded Warbler, Main Res, Jefferson county
> Jean Langel <jeanlangel...>: May 25 09:17AM -0600
>
> Seeing it in the same spot 5/25. 9:00 am
>
> On Thu, May 23, 2019 at 3:13 PM Luke Pheneger <phenegerluke...>
> wrote:
>
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> White-winged Dove
> Bea Weaver <beamiami...>: May 25 07:33AM -0700
>
> This bird was observed under the hopper feeder almost every day since 5/21, including today when it was sitting in the grass in the middle of the backyard. It often is feeding with a Mourning Dove or Eurasian Collared-dove. There were two of them present on one day.
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