Hello. I am a Delaware birder birding the West, and I am new to your list serve. I got to the rest area west of Tonopah at 2 pm today to see the throng of Pigeons and House Sparrows. But also on the grassy expanse and trees were several Yellow-rumped Warblers, two Am. Pipits, one Spotted Towhee, and much to my surprise, one exceedingly tame Gray Catbird.
From my various birding resources, I understand that a Gray Catbird is highly unusual in Nevada, though not entirely unexpected. I wonder where it will spend the winter.
Regards, Rod Murray Middletown DE