Wow, that would be something to see...
Had a great time at 2018 Colorado Field Ornithologists (CFO) Convention. Thanks to my three field trip (Boulder, Boulder, Gilpin County) leaders: Christian Nunes, Stephen Jones and William H. Kaempfer. Got to bird in three types of weather: sun, rain and snow (on ground). Plenty of birds, I got a lifer out of the weekend: Pine Grosbeak :-) and bonus of a Moose, both deer and two up close Prairie
Some of your bird pictures (shore birds) are from Beebe draw-Weld CR 48. I couldn't find this location exactly on maps. Just wanted to confirm if this place is by lower latham reservoir.
Hi allSome may have viewed this weekend's weather as "gloomy" for birding. For us it turned out fabulous for birding--it started as cloudy, chilly, was misting throughout the morning and eventually the misting stopped, the temperatures warmed a bit and the cloud cover remained leaving us a very enjoyable day of birding.We saw a total of 112 species, highlights being the following (full list further below):
Chimney Swift [11th Ave, Greeley]
Hi Ron "Beebe Draw" is the following coordinates: Weld CR 43 x 46 x 47 x 40 and roads in between. Stewart's Pond is ~2.5 miles west of Weld CR 43 on Weld CR 46--keep driving until you see first pond on south, the larger pond is on your NE from that position. Gary
Would appreciate good directions to Beebee Draw.
Also appreciate and info on sites for shore bird photography.
'DUCKING' IN FEBRUARY ON THE FRONT RANGE
(February duck watching at Rigden Reservoir, along the Poudre Bike Trail, Boyd Lake and Sawtail Pond (Boulder))
When bills and cleaning leads to annoyment
You might contact Linda Vidal or others on this list: http://www.roaringforkaudubon.org/board-list/
Here are some locations for your visit: https://coloradocountybirding.org/ByCounty.aspx?CountyID=20
We will be in Vail/Beaver Creek mid-September and are looking for an avid birder with scope to guide us to view some local birds. Please email me if you know someone who would like to help. firstname.lastname@example.org
If you visit the high country of Colorado in the summer or have a winter feeder, please keep your eyes out and report sightings of banded and unbanded Brown-capped Rosy-Finches (BCRF).
To obtain a better understanding of movement patterns and connectivity of breeding populations, the Bir