Date: 11/19/20 2:30 pm
From: <kathy......> <kathykay228...>
Subject: [cobirds] Re: Black-throated Green Warbler - yes. Cherry Creek Bike Path Arapahoe County
The BTGW was re-found east of Winter Wren spot where the Creek makes a
northerly bend (sorry, Joey, I tried to find you, but you must have left
already). Two Eastern Bluebirds were in the same area.

Yes, life sans eBird is rough!

Kathy Kay
Denver County
On Wednesday, November 18, 2020 at 8:50:16 AM UTC-7 Joey Negreann wrote:

> Since we are all going through a fair amount of eBird withdrawal at this
> point, here’s an early report.
> The Winter Wren was located in the same general location the
> Black-throated Green was being seen most frequently, just south of the
> Little rocky waterfall, on the bike path side of the bank. It was fairly
> active and popped up rather often.
> The Black-throated green was not seen. I spent about an hour looking along
> the stretch with no luck. A few others were/continue to look.
> In other local news, at cherry creek SP yesterday there was a Dunlin at
> pelican point and a red-necked grebe off of lake loop.
> Hope everyone’s surviving somehow in this ebirdless world!
> Joey Negreann
> Arapahoe County

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