Date: 7/4/18 12:39 pm
From: Sandra Laursen <salaursen...>
Subject: [cobirds] Re: Mt Evans 7-2 (Clear Creek County)
In addition to some of David's spottings, we saw American Pipits at Summit
Lake on 7/1.

- Sandra Laursen

On Tuesday, July 3, 2018 at 5:02:13 PM UTC-6, David Suddjian wrote:
> For those who may be heading up high to Mt Evans, here are a few
> highlights from a drive I made up there yesterday for the Mt Evans BBS
> route. Pretty dry up there, too!* Gray Jays* were within 0.75 mile
> either side of Milepost 14 along Hwy 103. I'd start at Juniper Pass Picnic
> Area and go down the road toward Echo Lake stopping where convenient to
> listen for them. *Am. Three Toed-Woodpecker* was drumming nicely at two
> places in the forest along Mt Evans Road along the long switchbacks through
> the forest above the entrance station and Echo Lake. *Brown-capped
> Rosy-Finches* were between Summit Lake the switch backs up to the summit,
> and lower down at about 11,700 where the road is above the Mt. Goliath
> Natural Area. *Red Crossbills *were noted over Cloudland Picnic Area
> (Type 5) and down in lodgepole pine forest (Type 2) along Squaw Pass Road
> 2.5 to 6.5 miles above the Jefferson County Line.
> David Suddjian
> Ken Caryl Valley
> Littleton, CO

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