Date: 5/30/19 10:13 am From: Brandon <flammowl17...> Subject: [cobirds] Pueblo birds 5/30
Quite a few interesting birds continue in Pueblo this morning.
Tim and Lindsay saw the *Yellow-throated Warbler *at Roselawn Cemetery in Blende (usually just east of the West Entrance of the Cemetery off Aspen Road), first found on May 11th by Evan Carlson.
Along the Arkansas River, east of Reservoir Drive in Pueblo. The singing *Chestnut-sided Warbler* and *Bell's Vireo* continue for their 4th day (first seen on Monday by Rick Clawges), the *Carolina Wren* continues as well (this bird has been around for a couple years now). One new surprise, was an adult male *Summer Tanager*, that Tim, Lindsay, and I saw this morning. A Willow Flycatcher was singing its "fitz bew" song this morning as well. West of Reservoir Drive, I had a singing Olive-sided Flycatcher "quick three beers". Some other mountain migrant birds continue, Wilson's, MacGillivray's, and Audubon's "Yellow-rumped" Warblers, Western Tanagers, Swainson's Thrush, Lincoln's Sparrows, Violet-green Swallows.