My mother's day walk resulted in three sightings of male Summer Tanagers. They stand out likebrilliant red Christmas tree ornaments in the green leafing cottonwood trees. They were in trees overhanging seeps in the bosque. These normally are dry but with the high level of water in the river they have standing water for the first time in years. This area is off Poco Loco, South of Rio Bravo on the East side of the river. There is a nice trail created and maintained by summer youth. Today downtown outside my office building a Western Tanager showed up to work the branches of a Ponderosa. Bosque Bill are the Tanagers early, late,or right on time based on your records?