Date: 3/18/23 6:43 pm From: Jeff Kehoe <jeff.kehoe...> Subject: [cobirds] Re: Singing dipper in Boulder
I had a pair singing on the Big Thompson in Larimer County a couple days
ago too! What a great sound.
On Thursday, March 16, 2023 at 5:44:44 AM UTC-6 <rjpa......> wrote:
> I had a pair of dippers on Boulder Creek near 3rd late yesterday
> afternoon, chattering but not singing. Dippers have a very surprisingly
> musical song--the first time I heard it was from a bird singing in the
> mouth of a culvert along a river in Alberta, with the culvert amplifying
> the song.
> On Wednesday, March 15, 2023 at 12:24:01 PM UTC-6 elena wrote:
>> While walking on the Boulder Creek path between 6th St and the library, a
>> dipper was singing a beautiful spring song under the bridge on 9th Street.
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