Date: 1/6/20 9:47 pm
From: Stephen Chang <srchang92...>
Subject: [cobirds] Re: Varied Thrush - Boulder Cnty
I checked in on this location around 3:12 PM and viewed briefly one male
Varied Thrush under the feeders. I didn't find a second bird, but was only
able to walk around the area for 15 minutes. The bird flew Northeast
towards a house with some tall spruce trees.

Stephen Chang

On Monday, January 6, 2020 at 2:00:43 PM UTC-7, Chip Clouse wrote:
> COBirders,
> We just had a gentleman bring in photos of a Varied Thrush he has had at
> his feeders in N Boulder over the past few days. He said there are 2 of
> them.
> I asked if it was OK to let birders know and he said yes. The feeders are
> in the front yard and the bird(s) have been seen more in the mornings after
> he brings his feeders back out. His nocturnal marauding raccoons are the
> reason for bringing his feeders in at night.
> The address is 4200 Peach Way, near 47th and Jay Rd. As usual, park on
> the street, maybe try from your vehicle first, and be the good neighbor
> that I know all COBirders can be.
> Good luck,
> Chip Clouse
> Golden
> (Currently at the Front Range Birding Company-Boulder)

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