My Husband Patrick 719-244-0626; I Dawn Rush at 719-235-1746 is the original finder, myself and husband Patrick identified the bird/species
Species, Date, Time and Location Information
Duration (total time in view):
HWY 24 and Constitution
Open Plains - In my backyard that has Crabapple tree, Aspen trees, Maple tree, White fir tree, Cottonwood tree (immature), current bush, honeysuckle vine, minimal water availability, and lots of bird feeders
Monarch Binoculars and Canon Camera
Description of the Bird
5.5", Rufous Crown with a white spot between and above the eyes, yellow throat, yellow at base of tail, dark eye line with a yellow streak above the eye line. I have photos taken 5-7-2013.
Behaviors: Bobbing up and down of the tail, flitting from branch to branch with moments of rest, also flying to the ground foraging. I have video taken 5-7-2013
Plumage: Adult Breeding
Similar Species Discussion
I new it was a warbler as soon as I got my glass on it based on the bill, size, and colors. the only similar species that may (not) come into play could be a sparrow. There is no way that this could be a sparrow.
Intermediate to Advanced
Notes made AFTER observation
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Date Documentation Submitted
5/7/2013 5:11:00 PM
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