Date: 6/20/18 10:09 am
From: 'arvind panjabi' via Colorado Birds <cobirds...>
Subject: [cobirds] Tennessee warbler, Horsetooth Reservoir, Larimer Co
There is a Tennessee warbler singing frequently at the south end of Inlet Bay at Horsetooth Reservoir on the east side of the inlet, about 125 m north of the power lines that run east-west.The bird is accessible from the blue sky trail head on County Road 38 E across from the Canyon Grill bar and restaurant. From the blue sky trail head take the trail about 200 m to where it crosses small creek near some power lines with large cottonwoods to the right. Look for a trail heading north (left) along the east side of the reservoir following the high water line. Take this trail for about 125 m to an area with several small Elms and the bird was in the cottonwoods between these elms and the lake. Photos and recording taken.

This is a fee area.
Good birding,
Arvind PanjabiLarimer Co
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