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BIRD SIGHTINGS FROM COLORADO RARE BIRD ALERT
NOW LISTED ALPHABETICALLY BY REGION & COUNTY!
Last Updated: 0430 9/19/2017

Reports added: 9/18/2017
Adams (Sabine's Gull, Pectoral Sandpiper, American Golden-Plover)
Adams/Denver (Burrowing Owl)
Boulder (Palm Warbler, Black-and-white Warbler)
El Paso (Mississippi Kite, Bullock's Oriole)
Jefferson/Douglas (Black Phoebe, Eastern Phoebe, Black-bellied Plover)
Lake (American Three-toed Woodpecker)
Larimer (Nashville Warbler, Sabine's Gull, Green Heron, Red-eyed Vireo)
Logan (Cassin's Kingbird, Eastern Bluebird)
Logan/Sedgwick (Black-bellied Plover, American Golden-Plover, Marbled Godwit)
Park (Red-necked Phalarope)
San Miguel (Gray Flycatcher)
Weld (Red-necked Phalarope, Burrowing Owl)
Yuma (Northern Cardinal)

Birds left on list long past last report; we believe may still be there!
NOTE: [County] (Initial Reporter:Observer/Last Reporter)
A.N.=anonymous; M.OB.=many observers; UNK= unknown reporter
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Front Range and Northern Colorado
Southeastern Colorado
Northeastern Colorado
Mountains and Western Colorado
Recent Owl Sightings

Grouse and Prairie-Chicken Updates; UPDATED MARCH 1, 2017

BIRD CAMS:
Fall Migration of a Western Slope Osprey
Utah American White Pelican Tracking Study
Longmont Barn Owl Box (active)
Xcel Energy Valmont Power Plant Owl Cam (Great Horned & Barn Owl)
Fort St. Vrain Eagle Cam
Osprey Cam, Roaring Fork Near Basalt
Rowe Sanctuary Sandhill Crane Cam, NE
NCAR Owl Cam
Peregrine Falcon Cam
Boulder Fairgrounds Osprey Cam
California Condor Cam

Front Range and Northern Colorado

Southeastern Colorado

Northeastern Colorado

Mountains and Western Colorado



For Reporting Rare and Interesting Bird Sightings Please Use This Link (Updated to USGS Standards)

Contact Colorado Birding Society's President, Terry Michaels: tmcolorado(at)gmail.com

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