Date: 5/31/19 2:44 pm
From: Jared Del Rosso <jared.delrosso...>
Subject: [cobirds] A last hurrah for the Denver metro area?


Last night, I came home to my west Centennial (Arapahoe) yard to find a
half dozen tanagers continuing. With them, as new arrivals, was a trio of
immature Black-headed Grosbeaks (two males, one female). Later, a Warbling
Vireo came through. An Olive-sided Flycatcher, which I'd earlier seen a few
houses away, visited too.


This morning -- nothing. This afternoon -- nothing. (Even the singing, male
Yellow Warbler appears gone.) I'm sure if I traversed the High Line Canal
Trail, I might find some stragglers. But for the last week or two or more,
my yard's been full. Now, the place is filled with only absences.



Are others in the Denver metro area noting the same thing--empty spaces
where the birds were yesterday or the day before? Or is it just my yard?



- Jared Del Rosso

Centennial, CO



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