5pm tonight as the bird still being seen near gas tanks. Great views by many.
Tomorrow (Tuesday), word is the constitution site will be off limits per the Sherrif at the site. They will be active with construction on the length of road birders are walking in on. Good luck to all birders tomorrow. Don’t know if one can walk in from the west. Maybe with landowner permissions?
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> On Oct 22, 2018, at 4:35 PM, Dave Cameron <davednvr7...> wrote:
> Anywhere on the South or East side of the little pond that is Prince Lake. Walk to the construction entrance, promise the gatekeeper that you'll stay out of the way of the equipment, and walk 50 yards to the old tanks. Bird was seen constantly/repeatedly between 2ish and 3ish, seen by many birders. We did hear after we left that the bird also left, and headed towards its second recent hangout on Carbonate Lane. I haven't been there, so perhaps someone else can chime in on parking there.
> Dave Cameron
>> On Monday, October 22, 2018 at 4:10:44 PM UTC-6, Ben S wrote:
>> Hi all-
>> I am going to try for the Fork-tailed Flycatcher at Prince Lake 2 tomorrow. Where would I park?
>> Ben Sampson,
>> Centennial, CO
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