Date: 2/26/17 4:05 pm
From: Libby Edwards <libbyeuro3...>
Subject: Re: [cobirds] Horned Larks in Boulder and Larimer Counties
My husband and I also saw a few flocks of about 20 horned larks each on the
way up and down Poudre canyon both ways on Friday, some in the flats along
the road after the Narrows and then further along up the canyon, mostly
along the road. I have seen them normally in June and later in the tundra
areas of RMNP and Cameron Pass. They nest up high.
Libby Edwards
Fort Collins
Larimer County

On Sun, Feb 26, 2017 at 9:35 AM, <irrivas15...> wrote:

> 7:30 AM Friday morning, following the storm that dropped about 4 inches of
> snow in Lyons, I saw a flock of approx. 20 Horned Larks feeding on the
> roadside in front of the Lyons Firehouse. Up in Pinewood Springs where
> snowfall was a little heavier, I found one lone Horned Lark huddled down in
> a snowbank near the mailboxes along the side of Hwy 36. I have never seen
> these birds around here before, not sure if they just got caught up in the
> storm.
>
> Irene Rivas
> Pinewood Springs - Larimer County
>
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