Date: 1/4/20 8:34 am From: Peter Burke <peterburke...> Subject: Re: [cobirds] Where can i find the Rare Bird Alert Form?
Great find and glad you reached out. Colorado Field Ornithologists (CFO) is
also home to the Colorado Rare Birds Committee (CBRC). You can find a link
to the CBRC website from the CFO site cowbirds.org, or you can go directly
The CBRC site includes a list of species that should be formally documented
by county, so you can quickly check if Northern Saw-Whet Owl sightings for
your area meet this threshold.
For anyone birding in Colorado, it is a good idea to familiarize oneself
with what is considered rare for your home county, and if you do find a
rare bird, please take the time to document your find!
Happy New Year and good birding,
On Sat, Jan 4, 2020 at 9:04 AM birderbob <birderbob...> wrote:
> Hello All,
> I’ve been instructed to fill out a Rare Bird Alert Form to report hearing
> a No. Saw Whet Owl at Washington Park (Denver County) during Urban CBC
> count on Jan 1st.
> I haven’t had need, or opportunity to fill out one of these forms since
> 2009, so it’s been a while. . .
> I haven’t been able to find a workable link or quick-link on the CFO home
> page. Also, if available, I need an interactive electronic format since I
> no longer use a printer (and Hugh Kingery has requested a copy with our
> counting paperwork.
> Thanks in advance for your suggestions and help.
> Happy 2020
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