A few fall visitors have arrived here this week.

At Castlewood Canyon State Park on Wednesday we encountered three Townsend's 
Solitaires, here to spend the winter among the "berry"-laden junipers.

In our yard, Thrusday, we heard our first Blue Jays of the fall. They don't 
live here in the summer, but usually show up about now. The scrub oaks have a 
huge supply of acorns that probably will encourage them to spend the winter.

Then this morning, Urling & I encountered one White-crowned Sparrow, our first 
migrant of that species this fall.

 

 

Hugh Kingery 
Franktown, CO

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