All,

This record is the first of four documented sightings in the records
committee database:
http://coloradobirdrecords.org/Reports/SpeciesDetail.aspx?id=92

Peter Gent.
Boulder.


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From: Anne Price <raptore...@msn.com>
Date: Fri, Aug 11, 2017 at 8:56 AM
Subject: [cobirds] RE: Swallow-Tailed Kite Lamar (Prowers Co)
To: "cobirds@googlegroups.com" <cobirds@googlegroups.com>


Greetings COBIRDERS:



Great job to all have seen and are searching for this kite!  As a side
note, while cataloguing exotic bird specimens at the University of
Colorado-Boulder Museum of Natural History in the late 1980s, I came across
a swallow-tailed kite placed in the wrong drawer. The tag indicated that
the adult bird had been shot in Colorado Springs in the late 1800s, after
Colorado became a state in 1876.



Good luck relocating the bird!



~Anne Price

Littleton, Jefferson Co.

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