Date: 1/10/18 6:38 pm
From: Phil Waltz <philwaltz13...>
Subject: [cobirds] Re: White-winged Scoter continues today at South Platte Park, cedar waxwings Carson Nature Center


Great that the loon and scoter continue on the South Platte Park Res today!
And if birders are looking for more in the area, while not near as rare and
still beautiful birds, There has have been a group of 20-30 cedar waxwings
have been around Carson Nature Center (Arapaho County ) for the past 2-3
days. Check the junipers along east side of the nature center and young
cottonwoods to the north. A couple nice waxwing photos posted at:
https://www.facebook.com/SouthPlattePark/posts/10156995469449863

On Wednesday, January 10, 2018 at 10:29:40 AM UTC-7, Joe Roller wrote:
>
> The adult male WW Scoter in alternate plumage was seen by several observers
> from 8:30 thru 9:15. It was best seen from the east end of the
> dam in line with a red buoy, diving for about a minute.
> The Yellow-billed Loon was also present.
>
> Joe Roller, Denver
>
>
>

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