Bill Maynard and John Drummond came down from El Paso County, and helped me sort through the 5000-7000 ducks off the South Shore Marina area of Pueblo Reservoir, Pueblo County today. We saw at least five Surf Scoters, the one Black Scoter, and the male EURASIAN WIGEON (I think the first one I've ever seen on Pueblo Reservoir)! Nearly all the regular duck species were present, except for no Common Mergansers or Common Goldeneyes, which I saw yesterday, below the dam. There were two Lesser Black-backed Gulls, 5 Common Loons, 5 Bonaparte's Gulls, 5 Red-breasted Mergansers as well. One other highlight today, I saw an Eastern Bluebird in the Osprey Picnic Area, in Rock Canyon, below the dam.