Date: 5/31/19 7:24 pm
From: Lesley Brown <brown.lesley.steve...>
Subject: [cobirds] Re: A last hurrah for the Denver metro area?
We've noticed a diminished number of visits to the feeder from the tanagers
but we're still seeing them quite frequently. Just a bit ago we had 2
males and 2 females. We've also been visited by a male and female
black-headed grosbeak this last week, and saw the female today. What a
week! But now it's time the tanagers get moving. I hope they remember us
this fall. We're also seeing much less activity in the yard from the
broad-tailed hummingbirds.

Lesley Brown
Northern Highlands Ranch

On Friday, May 31, 2019 at 3:44:08 PM UTC-6, Jared Del Rosso wrote:
> 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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