Vic Zerbi phoned to get the word out that he heard, saw and photographed a
California Quail
at the Visitor Center of Dinosaur National Monument, Moffat County early
this morning, April 10.

The bird was in the Visitor Center parking lot, and Vic got photographs. If
the bird is confirmed by the Colorado Bird Records Committee,
it will be a first Colorado record for this species.

FYI, that Visitor Center is 325 miles from Denver, an approximately 5 and a
half hour drive.

Joe Roller, Denver

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