Date: 4/24/18 5:39 pm
From: Chip Clouse <chip.clouse...>
Subject: [cobirds] Nesting raptor locations? - Jeffco, northern Douglas, western Arapahoe area
COBirders,
I know this is a highly controversial topic but I am asking for the leader
of the upcoming Denver Audubon field trips this weekend.

If you have information that would help with these educational field trips
(where the importance of keeping your distance, observing with scopes, and
not doing anything to lead nest predators or unsavory characters to disturb
the nesting cycle will be taught) I would appreciate a private response I
can pass along.

Bald Eagle, Great horned Owl and Red-tailed Hawk nest locations are known
so specific observation opportunities for falcons, accipiters, other owls
(only if easily visible from afar like burrowing owls), Swainson's Hawks,
Northern Harriers, and/or Golden Eagles, especially within 10-15 miles or
so of the Audubon Center at Chatfield, would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks in advance,

Chip Clouse
Golden

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