Date: 11/2/17 9:19 am From: Brandon <flammowl17...> Subject: Re: [cobirds] Re: Pueblo Reservoir Halloween re-cap
In the morning yesterday (1 Nov), around 8am, there was one female/immature Surf Scoter with the ducks off the South Eastern part of Pueblo Reservoir, Pueblo County. Also, saw two Lesser Black-backed Gulls (one adult, one first year), three Common Loons, several Bonaparte's Gulls, a Franklin's Gull, two Red-breasted Mergansers, a Prairie Falcon, two Pinyon Jays, and a Steller's Jay around the Reservoir. No sign of the Black Scoter or Eurasian Wigeon yesterday. There were only about 200 ducks, compared to like 5000+ ducks the day before.
On Thu, Nov 2, 2017 at 9:59 AM, 'Egret' via Colorado Birds < <cobirds...> wrote:
> 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 > > > > -- Brandon Percival Pueblo West, CO