Date: 6/12/19 1:24 pm
From: Dave Cameron <davednvr7...>
Subject: [cobirds] Yellow-headed Blackbirds, Harriman Lake (Jeffco)
I heard the unmistakable sound of two "singing" (ok, "vocalizing") male
Yellow-headed Blackbirds in the cat-tails on the East end of Harriman Lake
(Kipling and Quincy) just now. Was finally rewarded with a good look at
one of them when it was driven off its patch by one of the hundreds of
aggressive, squabbling Red-winged males that are nesting there. I'm
assuming the Yellow heads are nesting as well, otherwise why suffer the
abuse...? This would be the second time ever that I've seen them at this
location, and the first time this late in the year.

Also on hand:

GB Heron
W Pelican
many Com. Grackles feeding fledglings
VG Swallow
Coot
PB Grebes
1 Ruddy Duck
C Geese
N Flicker
Cormorants

Dave Cameron
Denver

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