Above-the-Rim Bridled Titmouse reports
21 Dec 2017, 1:32 PM,
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Above-the-Rim Bridled Titmouse reports
Every once in a while an eBird report comes in of Bridled Titmouse in the Flagstaff area. When I follow up the response is usually that the report was an error, but sometimes the observer expresses confidence in the identification. These reports always leave me a bit mystified, as they typically come from non-Flagstaff area birders, and none yet have included a photo or any other kind of documentation.

Most recently, there was a report of BRTI on December 18 at Elden Spring, and two observers report high confidence that the bird was, in fact, BRTI.

Anyway, keep your eyes open for stray BRTIs up above the Rim, and if you see one please document the sighting as best you can (even if just enough to rule out potentially confusable species like the Juniper Titmouse and chickadee). Reports here would be welcome!

Jason
Flagstaff, AZ
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Above-the-Rim Bridled Titmouse reports - by jawilder - 21 Dec 2017, 1:32 PM

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