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Location: Box Canyon in Ouray
Trip Leader: Liz Bokram
Registration: Call Liz 970-319-0385 or lizjohnb@msn.com
Description: Join us for a great opportunity, and the best place anywhere, to observe up close one of the last North American birds described to science. Black Swifts have received much attention lately with the recent discovery of their wintering grounds in the Amazon basin. (Roaring Fork Audubon was instrumental in this discovery.) Colorado hosts the most breeding sites for this elusive bird and Sue Hirshman, with over 19 years of monitoring the swifts, will be our personal guide and tutor.  We will meet Monday morning, (time and place to be determined), and then drive to Ouray, birding along the way. Bring a pack lunch and money for all other meals and accommodations.

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Gary Lefko
408 species and counting on life list ... Pectoral Sandpiper 8-12-2018!
Date start08.13.2018 00:00
Date end08.15.2018 00:00
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