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Consider me a traitor.

posted by CarlIngwell at
on Sunday, May 8, 2011 

Well, the field season has started, and I'll be doing surveys in western Colorado this year. I can promise you all entertaining stories from up and down the Western Slope, but I can't promise you any good Utah bird sightings this summer :(.

I hope that is okay with everyone, and I hope you all don't vote to kick me off the blog as I'll no longer primarily be a "Utah Birder." I promise to write a lot in the field, and I'll share with you whenever I'm home.

So far I've found that Colorado has just as many lions, rattlesnakes, coyotes and scorpions. They have more Sage Sparrows and Palm Warblers & less Snowy Plovers and Arches. Should be a fun season.

Carl

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1 Comments:
Blogger Tim Avery said...

@Carl: I'll personally enjoy anything you share from the field! It would be cool to get your perspective on fieldwork, and birding from the field all season.

May 10, 2011 at 3:41 PM  

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