Date: 11/2/17 8:59 am
From: 'Egret' via Colorado Birds <cobirds...>
Subject: [cobirds] Re: Pueblo Reservoir Halloween re-cap
I was there yesterday, 2017-11-1. There were much fewer ducks. I met two
women who had a scope and hadn't seen much along the south shore so we
focused on the North Shore. Near the damn I saw a Merlin, Prairie Falcon,
Eastern Bluebird, Mountain Bluebird along with a Red-breasted Merganser,
Horned Grebe some Western Grebes and various Ring-billed Gulls. A really
nice day, just no Scoters

Chris Brobin
Manitou Springs, CO

On Tuesday, October 31, 2017 at 3:07:14 PM UTC-6, Brandon wrote:
> 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.
> Good birding,
> --
> Brandon Percival
> Pueblo West, CO

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