Documentation of Cape May Warbler

Observer Information

Reporter:  Paul Hurtado  1765 Marla Dr,   Reno, NV  89509
Other Observers:  Brandon Percival, Leon Bright, Clif Smith, Pearle Sandstrom-Smith, Annaliese Farmer

Species, Date, Time and Location Information

Species:  Cape May Warbler
First Date/Time:  11/25/2018 1:10:00 PM
Last Date/Time:  1/6/2019 1:20:00 AM
Duration (total time in view):  10 (approx)
County:  Pueblo
Specific Location:  Pueblo City Park
Number:  1
Age:  Adult
Sex:  Male
Plumage:  Non-breeding


Conifers in a park

Viewing Conditions

Optics:  8x42 binoculars
Distance:  10-30 feet
Light:  Sunny

Description of the Bird

See photos. Continuing bird that was refound by Brandon after being absent for a few days. The bird was foraging in a conifer.

Similar Species Discussion

A distinctive, continuing bird. 

Resources Used

None. I've seen this species many times while living in NY and OH for a little over a decade.

Previous Experience

I've seen many in Ohio, New York, and New Jersey while living out east for a little over a decade.



Materials Available

Photographer: Paul Hurtado

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Date Documentation Submitted

1/6/2019 9:34:00 PM
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Location Map

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