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At Red Rocks Park, the towering red rock cliffs host nesting peregrine and prairie falcons, as well as common ravens and canyon wrens; brushy areas have black-headed grosbeak, spotted towhee, lazuli bunting, and black-capped chickadee. In Lair o’ the Bear Park in Bear Creek Canyon, look for American dipper, western wood-pewees, and belted kingfisher. In moist thickets, MacGillivray’s warblers and warbling vireos nest. Arid slopes may have Virginia’s warbler, green-tailed towhee, and blue-gray gnatcatcher, while in the woods plumbeous vireo, pygmy nuthatches, and brown creepers are usually present.Transportation is not included. Participants caravan from a meeting location. The meeting locations for bird walks vary with each outing, so please consult your reminder email for final information.

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Gary Lefko
407 species and counting on life list ...
Red Rocks Park, Morrison, United States
Date start07.12.2018 06:30
Date end07.12.2018 17:00
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