Date: 11/19/20 2:30 pm
From: Andrew Fontenot <andrew.fontenot...>
Subject: [cobirds] Re: Winter Wren- yes; Black-throated Green- no; Cherry Creek Bike Path Arapahoe County
The black-throated green warbler was refound 50 yards upstream from the
Winter wren at 9:00AM .

Andrew Fontenot
Denver County

On Wednesday, November 18, 2020 at 10:46:34 AM UTC-7 Joey Negreann wrote:

> Quick update, the dunlin continues at cherry creek SP from pelican point
> one can find it with a scope across the inlet and down the beach a little
> ways it was foraging with some green wing teal in the mud. I also had an
> adult Mew Gull at pelican point hanging with the group of ring bills.
> Unfortunately it flushed and I lost track of it but it might have relocated
> to the other group of gulls near where the dunlin was foraging.
> Joey Negreann
> Arapahoe County
> On Wed, Nov 18, 2020 at 8:50 AM Joey Negreann <joey.n......> 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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