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Re: [wsbn] Report of Black Vulture near Steamboat Springs

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  • larry arnold
    crazy as it seems, BLVU is a species i often ~dream~ about seeing in western CO, but they remain just dreams - albeit nightdreams ~and~ daydreams. whereas, a
    Message 1 of 2 , Aug 6, 2005
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      crazy as it seems, BLVU is a species i often ~dream~ about seeing in
      western CO, but they remain just dreams - albeit nightdreams
      ~and~ daydreams.

      whereas, a white-eared hummingbird or a broad-billed hummingbird were
      never in my ~wildest~ dreams!!! =)

      LA


      ----- Original Message -----
      From: <borealowl@...>
      To: <wsbn@yahoogroups.com>
      Sent: Saturday, August 06, 2005 4:11 AM
      Subject: [wsbn] Report of Black Vulture near Steamboat Springs


      > Hello
      >
      > I received this email from the cobirders mail group. I called Bryan
      > Ehlmann; they have not been able to confirm the email yet. Anyone
      > interested or near Steamboat Springs;
      >
      > "Hello cobirders,
      >
      > Spotted a Black vulture NE of Stagecoach Lake (south of Steamboat Springs
      > on
      > 131). I was birding along Routt 18 when I spotted him. I was unaware,
      > until I
      > returned and looked up Black Vultures, that this is out of their
      > territory.
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      >
      > Are Black Vultures common here in CO? I am from Sioux City, IA
      >
      > Paul Roisen"
      >
      > Randy Cross
      > Gunnison
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