Date: 1/9/20 1:47 pm
From: 'Peter Ruprecht' via Colorado Birds <cobirds...>
Subject: [cobirds] Boulder Yellow-bellied Sapsucker still present
Today I took a look for the rarities that had been reported along South Boulder Creek during the Boulder CBC.  The Yellow-bellied Sapsucker was briefly out in the open on Old Tale Road a few houses south of Arapahoe.  However, there were no blackbirds of any kind, including Rusty, to be seen in the cattle pen along Cherryvale near S. Vale Rd. Baseline Res had a few Common Mergansers and Common Goldeneyes, and there was a Bald Eagle on the comm tower on Davidson Mesa south of Cherryvale.
Peter RuprechtSuperior

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