Date: 1/12/18 11:14 am From: 'Birding' via Colorado Birds <cobirds...> Subject: Re: [cobirds] RFI: Parker Brant
Eric- I think they mostly move between those two sites. For example, yesterday I hit Bar CCC first, and there was a small population of geese and no brant. Then I went to PRP and there were zero geese. After making a quick run out to Elbert County, I checked Bar again. More geese, no Brant. Then, on a whim I tried PRP again, and there were now hundreds of geese. Ten minutes of picking through them finally produced the brant. Since there are no other large lakes nearby, all I can think is that the geese may work commercial grassy areas between visits to the two lakes.
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> On Jan 12, 2018, at 11:06 AM, <bay.wren...> wrote:
> Can anyone make suggestions on where to look for the Brant when it is not at the Salisbury park or at the bar CCC lake? I’ve now made four attempts to look for this silly goose but I can never find the large goose flock that it hangs out with that other people do. Oh, I can find a smattering of white-cheeks each time at each location, but never in the numbers that the eBird reports indicate. Where else around here might they go? Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks,
> Eric D
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