Date: 9/10/19 3:03 pm
From: <joe......> <joega140...>
Subject: [cobirds] July 2019 Birds Woodland Park Area and Beyond
July 2019 Birds Woodland Park Area and Beyond


FOS = First of Season



Swainson’s Hawk-

Along Hwy. 24 in South Park on 7-5, 7-21


Osprey

Along Arkansas River near Buena Vista on 7-5

On a nest on power pole on S side of I-70 near Dotsero on 7-23


Sharp-shinned Hawk

Along Pikes Peak Highway on 7-6


Peregrine Falcon

Along Pikes Peak Highway at MM2, Camera Point on 7-3, circling overhead

Arches NP on 7-23


White-tailed Ptarmigan, good summer with many alpine sightings and sign in
June and July

Along route to Savage Peak on 7-5, 3 near summit

Scat along route to Mount Silverheels on 7-10


Spotted Sandpiper-

along South Platte River near Lake George on 7-9


California Gull

South Catamount Red. on 7-17


Mourning Dove- singing on 7-12, 7-4, juveniles and sang once or twice 7-31


White-throated Swift

Arches and Canyonlands NPs on 7-22 and 7-23


Broad-tailed Hummingbird-

Along route to Savage Peak on 7-5 at about 13,000 feet, above treeline

Along route to Mount Silverheels on 7-10, male trilling at around 13,500
feet


Callliope Hummingbird- 7-30, FOS on 7-8, 7-29. One or two around most of
the time

Hotel Gulch on 7-2, FOS

Crystal Res. on 7-15


Rufous Hummingbird- FOS on 7-13, 7-16, 7-27. 7-20


Downy Woodpecker- 7-29


Red-naped Sapsucker- appear to be more abundant in Teller County this summer

Calling and drumming along Rampart Road on 7-2


Williamson’s Sapsucker- Appear to be less abundant in Teller County this
summer

Calling at Hotel Gulch on 7-2


Ash-throated Flycatcher

Arches NP on 7-23


Western Wood-Pewee-

singing along South Platte River near Lake George on 7-9


Cordilleran Flycatcher- singing in early July, calling thru end of month

Singing along route to Savage Peak on 7-5

Calling at Crystal Res. on 7-7

Calling in Breckenridge on 7-23


Warbling Vireo- singing and calling on 7-20, 7-4, 7-6, calling on 7-21,
7-28, singing calling 7-29. Singing and calling some of the time

Singing at Crystal Reservoir on 7-1, 7-3, 7-7

Singing at Hotel Gulch on 7-2

Singing Rainbow Gulch on 7-30


Black-billed Magpie- juvenile on 7-18


Clark’s Nutcracker- 7-20


American Crow- juvs. on 7-31


Ruby-crowned Kinglet-

Singing at Hotel Gulch on 7-2

Singing along route to Savage Peak on 7-5

Singing at Hoosier Pass on 7-10

Singing at Catamaount Lakes area on 7-17

Singing Rainbow Gulch on 7-30


Golden-crowned Kinglet-

Singing at Hotel Gulch on 7-2

Singing Rainbow Gulch on 7-30


Blue-gray Gnatcatcher

Arches and Canyonlands NPs on 7-22 and 7-23


Mountain Chickadee- fledgling on 7-6

Singing along route to Savage Peak on 7-5


Black-capped Chickadee

Singing Rainbow Gulch on 7-30


Juniper Titmouse

Grandview Area, Canyonland NP on 7-22


Bushtit

Devils Garden area at Arches NP on 7-23


Western Bluebird- 7-19, at bath on 7-18, juv. at bath on 7-20, 7-16, at
bath on 7-11, 3 on 7-27


Mountain Bluebird-

Nesting at Crystal Reservoir under roof at gift shop


Hermit Thrush-

Singing at Hotel Gulch on 7-2

Singing along route to Savage Peak on 7-5

Singing at Crystal Res. on 7-6

Singing at Catamaount Lakes area on 7-17

Singing Rainbow Gulch on 7-30, with food item


Townsend’s Solitaire

Singing along route to Savage Peak on 7-5, above treeline at 13,000 feet


American Robin- singing on 7-12

Singing at Crystal Reservoir on 7-3

Singing along route to Savage Peak on 7-5, with food item near treeline


American Pipit

Along route to Savage Peak on 7-5 in alpine

Singing along route to Mount Silverheels on 7-10, displaying, nest with
nestlings


Horned Lark

Singing along route to Mount Silverheels on 7-10, displaying


House Wren-

Singing at Hotel Gulch on 7-2

Singing Rainbow Gulch on 7-30


Red-breasted Nuthatch- 7-16Calling at Hotel Gulch on 7-2

Calling at Hoosier Pass on 7-15


White-breasted Nuthatch- around some of the time


Pygmy Nuthatch- Typically common but very few in yard in early July, likely
busy with nesting activities


Brown Creeper-

Singing at Hotel Gulch on 7-2

Singing Rainbow Gulch on 7-30


Western Tanager- singing on 7-13

Calling at Hotel Gulch on 7-2

Singing at Catamaount Lakes area on 7-17

Singing Rainbow Gulch on 7-30


Wilson’s Warbler-

Singing near Missouri Lakes Trailhead on 7-5


Yellow-rumped Warbler- at bath on 7-2

Singing at Hotel Gulch on 7-2

Singing at Crystal Reservoir on 7-3

Singing along route to Savage Peak on 7-5

Singing at Hoosier Pass on 7-10

Singing Rainbow Gulch on 7-30


Yellow Warbler-

singing along South Platte River near Lake George on 7-9


MacGillivray’s Warbler-

Singing at Hotel Gulch on 7-2

Singing along Pikes Peak Highway near gate on 7-1

Singing at Catamaount Lakes area on 7-17

Singing Rainbow Gulch on 7-30


Black-headed Grosbeak- 3 on 7-28 (2M,1F), 7-20 M,

Singing along Rampart Road on 7-2


Spotted Towhee

Singing along Pikes Peak Highway near gate on 7-3, 7-1, 7-28


Green-tailed Towhee- singing on 7-12, seemed more abundant this year in
late spring-early summer, singing at a lot of areas in south central CO


Chipping Sparrow-

Singing at Catamaount Lakes area on 7-17

Singing Rainbow Gulch on 7-30


Lincoln’s Sparrow-

Singing at Hotel Gulch on 7-2

Singing along route to Savage Peak on 7-5

Singing Rainbow Gulch on 7-30


White-crowned Sparrow

Singing along route to Savage Peak on 7-5, near treeline

Singing along route to Mount Silverheels on 7-10, near treeline

Singing Hoosier Pass area on 7-23


Black-throated Sparrow

Nesting and feeding young in Moab on 7-23, singing


Dark-eyed Junco- Typically common but very few in yard in July, likely busy
with nesting activities

Singing at Crystal Reservoir on 7-3, 7-6, 7-7


Evening Grosbeak- absent, usually get juveniles in late July but apparently
nesting later this year


Pine Siskin- some around most of the time

Rainbow Gulch on 7-30


Lesser Goldfinch-

along South Platte River near Lake George on 7-9


Cassin’s Finch- 1M on 7-18, 1F/im on 7-28


House Finch- singing on 7-19, 7-4, juvs. on 7-26


Brown-capped Rosy-Finch-

Along route to Savage Peak on 7-5 in alpine, nest distraction displays

Some along route to Mount Silverheels on 7-10


Red Crossbill- some around all month, juveniles on 7-30

calling at Hotel Gulch on 7-2

Crystal Res. on 7-8

Rainbow Gulch on 7-30



Jackrabbit

Along Rampart Range Road on 7-2, first sighting in area


Snowshoe Hare

Along route to Savage Peak on 7-5


Bighorn Sheep

About 12 along route to Mount Silverheels on 7-10



Joe LaFleur

Woodland Park, Teeler County, 8500 feet

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