Date: 4/10/18 9:21 pm
From: Sally Waterhouse <smwaterh...>
Subject: [cobirds] Re: Two Red-necked Grebes - Pueblo Res. SWA 4/9
Relocated the Red-necked Grebe at 3PM today. Sounds like the same area.

On Monday, April 9, 2018 at 2:29:54 PM UTC-6, Brandon wrote:
> This morning, before the El Paso County Monday Birders (MAMBO) appeared, I
> saw two breeding plumage *Red-necked Grebes *seen from the State Wildlife
> Area, in the north west side of Pueblo Reservoir (Pueblo County) Luckily
> for the group, we all saw one of them. We had a nice morning, into the
> afternoon of birding around Lake Pueblo State Park, Swallows, and the SWA.
> Check their e-bird lists for more information on where we saw things.
> Some of the other highlights: were a pair of Black Phoebes and a pair of
> Eastern Phoebes that have been around for a few weeks now, one non-breeding
> plumage Common Loon, and a flyover calling Red Crossbill at Swallows.
> Shorebirds were, 13 American Avocets, both Greater and Lesser Yellowlegs,
> and three Baird's Sandpipers. We saw all six Colorado grebe species, and
> both Franklin's and Bonaparte's Gulls.
> Good birding,
> --
> Brandon Percival
> Pueblo West, CO

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