Down here in Pueblo, we mostly only had rain, some big snow flakes for a few minutes. I figured there would be swallows flying around along the river in Rock Canyon/Valco Ponds in Pueblo. I saw five species of swallows, including at least one Cliff Swallow (my first of the spring), also Tree (30+), Violet-green (15+), Barn (5+), and Northern Rough-winged (2+). Still a little early for Bank Swallow probably, though I was hoping to see one.
I also checked Pueblo Reservoir's possible shorebird spots, and saw two American Avocets and a Greater Yellowlegs, as well as Killdeer. I'm hoping these two locations that had shorebirds today, will get some other species this month. Say's Phoebes were everywhere, I saw six at one time at one spot at Pueblo Reservoir. I didn't see any rarities today, though didn't spend a lot of time looking. The weather looks drier tomorrow and warmer too.