Nashville Warblers are small warblers with olive-green upperparts, bright yellow underparts, gray heads with chestnut brown caps and bright, white, complete eye rings. tail with white margins. Every time he succeeded a Gull who move over and push him back into the water. Temperatures reached 53 degrees. The Long-eared Owl was out and providing nice views for many birders. I put photos of the Pine Warbler and one of the many Cedar Waxwings in the Park on the Colorado Birding Society's photo library: The Hermit Thrush and White-throated Sparrow did not appear in the 20 minutes I waited; therefore, I took off for South Platte Park Reservoir. After breeding, it is the only sparrow that changes completely out of its dramatic breeding plumage into a drab gray-brown and white striped winter one much like the female. I have to look it up, but I think my January checklist record is 124 species (or could be 128). The warmish Colorado winter continued with temperatures reaching the high 40s. Birders have been helpful by reporting updates to COBirds. Happy Thanksgiving to…, Love your photo - and your philosophy. Later I circled nearby Jumbo Reservoir (Logan/Sedgwick). One Eastern Screech-Owl was heard! A dark, streaked finch with notched tail and small patches of yellow in wings and tail. After hitting Highway 71, I turned south and slightly east hoping the Logan/Washington Counties Snowy Owl would appear. At Wray Fishing Unit: we relocated two White-throated Sparrows, which appear to be residents, Misses: a friend reported hearing an Eastern Screech-Owl along hwy 34, east side of Wray, Nothing uncommon sparrows or wrens at Stalker Pond. First reported on Sep.20 by Santiago Taberas. I drove to East Crescent, Greenwood Village (Arapahoe), and then walked (with crutches) about 1/4 miles along the cattail field. There are plenty of aphids on the willows April. Winds were 6 mph with gusts to 13 mph. 4 1/2-5" (11-13 cm). If you want more information, check out the Peterson Field Guide – Warblers. The Nashville Warbler is a boisterous yellow songster with a striking, big-eyed look thanks to a white eyering that contrasts sharply with its gray hood. [cobirds] Blackbirds are back at Jim Hamm Nature A... [cobirds] Adams county Black-throated blue warbler. A Common Redpoll and four Eastern Bluebirds were seen in the Hale area (CR 4/CR LL.5 and below the dam). However, it was not necessary as the Owl was on the dam in the afternoon! All Rights Reserved. I then scoped Aurora Reservoir (Arapahoe) from the upper swim beach parking area (Pavilion #4 offered some protection from the high winds). Each bird, just four to six inches long and weighing perhaps two ounces, feeds voraciously to acquire enough stored energy to complete the long trans-gulf flight. gray head, lighter grayish throat and upper breast. The male Varied Thrush was walking around a clearing between pullovers #3 & #4 along Cheyenne Mountain Road. The Snowy Owl was not found in the three circuits we made around Standley Lake. Aurora Reservoir is one of the few places I can visit without driving through a busy area. The Snowy Owl again appeared on the most eastern gazebo on the south side of the lake. A walk around Pelican Point did not find the Swamp Sparrow or any shorebirds. If not for attempting to relocate the Snowy Owl near the Paint Ball range off Jewell Road, I would not have gone outside. NOTE:   I have been reminded that while all insects are bugs, not all bugs are insects. [cobirds] Yellow-throated Warbler continues in Pue... [cobirds] First Creek at Denver Open Space - Denve... [cobirds] Black-throated grey warbler still on Bou... [cobirds] Bluebirds on the move El Paso Co. [cobirds] Bird rehabilitator, Douglas County, [cobirds] Whimbrel, Marbled Godwit at Union Res/Weld. One Double-crested Cormorant was also here. Male has fine rusty streaks on breast. The Snowy Owl had been reported here in previous days after sunset. Look for them in shrubby tangles and regrowing forests—a … [cobirds] Ken Caryl Valley - Deer Creek area, Jeff... [cobirds] More New Arrivals in Estes Park, Larimer... [cobirds] Loggerhead shrike, near Lafayette, Bould... [cobirds] A Note On Last Weekends Boulder Audubon ... [cobirds] TONIGHT!! At Sandsage Wildlife Area: two Common Redpolls with six American Goldfinches, two White-throated Sparrows and a Swamp Sparrow. After 30 minutes or so, we determined that the bird had escaped further looks. Nashville Warblers feed on insects and this willow had leaves covered with aphids. After the sun hit Reynolds Park, we hiked the Oxen Draw to Eagle's View to Raven's Roost Loop. Private yard #2 had two male, a female Northern Cardinals, and three Pine Siskins (quite out of range). None was found during this trip. The detour was a great choice. Ducks appeared to be of the common variety. Ireland Reservoir #5 had only a few White-cheeked Geese hanging around. The aphid feeding very interesting too. Thousands of White-cheeked Geese, one Snow Goose and one blue Snow Goose were in the same area. I assisted on the CoBus Summit County Christmas Count then returned to Denver around noon. Temperatures were only 32 degrees. I was “over the moon” excited when I spotted an adult male Nashville Warbler out in the open at the top of a willow yesterday while up in the Wasatch Mountains. I’ve had to fix a friend’s pc that the browser zoom got bumped up on and it actually happened to me two days ago, it get inadvertently bumped up to 110% and my navigation menu was formatted wrong. A male American Three-toed Woodpecker drummed on pines just downhill of the three Trail intersection. I did pick out one Iceland Gull on the swim beach ice shelf. ----ON September 25  a LUCY's WARBLER was reported by Carol Bylsma at 28850 Road T.5 81323 Dolores . [cobirds] Colorado Rare Bird Report for Saturday S... [cobirds] Re: 1,000 days of complet checklsit cele... [cobirds] 1,000 days of complet checklsit celebrat... [cobirds] Hepatic Tanager - Las Animas County, [cobirds] Lesser Black-backed Gull [Larimer]. Winds were 12-13 mph with gusts to 23 mph. Seven additional Eastern Bluebirds were ran across along CR 4 toward Hale Ponds. My first stop was the East Crescent Parkway, Greenwood Village (Arapahoe). Winds were 9 mph with gusts to 13 mph. It was located in the far SE corner of the ELC. Winds were 10 mph with gusts to 17 mph.


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