Maybe best bet is to park in the lot of Scott Carpenter Park on the w side of 30th St., just S of Arapahoe, and then walk along the creek to the ponds. You're bound to see birds along the creek path as well (last week's reports included plumbeous vireo, wilson's warbler, summer tanager, western tanager, black-headed grosbeak in addition to flickers, blue jays, house wrens, chipping sparrows, common grackles, cedar wax wings, and robins).
On Monday, May 14, 2018 at 4:24:31 PM UTC-6, Sharon Kay wrote: > > I am curious to know where one can park to view those ponds. I looked on > satellite map and don't see parking. Thanks. > > On Sunday, May 13, 2018 at 8:54:39 PM UTC-6, <wwi......> wrote: >> >> >> This afternoon around 2 pm there was a yellow-billed cuckoo at Confluence >> Ponds in Boulder, near planked pedestrian bridge. Slender bird with >> white spots on long tail.Brown back and crown contrasting with white belly >> and chin. Dark eyes. Down-curved bi-colored bill, dark upper mandible, >> yellow lower. https://ebird.org/view/checklist/S45644389. First >> spotted by Ernest Crvich. >> >