Johnnie St. Vrain: Mountain View Avenue is due for work that flood postponed


I sent your letter to my bird expert at Colorado State University, professor Cameron Ghalambor. He said that while it’s possible to see a pair of Say’s Phoebes “foraging for their young” at an intersection, the Phoebes do not live in colonies. So, it is unlikely you would see them in large numbers, as you do the birds at intersections.