After checking on the Snowy Owl early this morning, I went home, and then mid-morning, I met up with Duane Nelson at Pueblo Reservoir, and he and I saw the Snowy Owl, and then went to the SWA on NW side of Pueblo Reservoir, where we saw two Red-necked Grebes, a Long-tailed Duck, and Common Loon. We then, checked the area below Pueblo Reservoir dam, near the parking lot, west of the Pay Station, and saw the Prairie Warbler. Then back up at the South Shore Marina tires, we saw Glaucous, Lesser Black-backed, and Great Black-backed Gull. The Snowy Owl continued through at least 3:00pm, visitors continued to come until then, so I made sure everyone was able to see it through the spotting scope. A lot of people are coming to see it, after reading about it in the Pueblo Chieftain, or seeing it on the local TV stations! People have been really excited to see it.
It suppose to be very windy tomorrow, I'll likely try to check on the Snowy Owl, early in the morning again (and post to cobirds), and then head home, and may stay there. I'll likely be out there on Saturday, since some of my family may want me to show it to them. There might be more boat traffic around the South Shore Marina over the weekend, hopefully the owl doesn't get bothered by the boats. The birders have been good, the bird is not very close to anyone, except for people on the boats.