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|Date: 11/18/18 4:53 pm
From: Joey Kellner <vireo1...>
Subject: [cobirds] Mountain Lakes Sunday
Kathy Mihm-Dunning, David Dowell and I birded the lakes of Park and Lake
Counties. Started with fog and a breeze, but the fog cleared by
mid-mourning and the breeze lessened.
Eleven Mile Reservoir: (mostly open, frozen at west end)
White-winged Scoter: 9!
Black Scoter: 8!
Long-tailed Duck: 1
Lesser Black-backed Gull: 2 adults
Common Loon: 2
Spinney Mountain Reservoir: (mostly open, but freezing up at the west end)
Long-tailed Duck: 2
Antero Reservoir: (completely frozen)
Ice Pond: (almost completely frozen, no birds seen on the tiny amount of
Clear Creek Lake: (mostly frozen; nothing of note)
Twin Lakes: (completely open)
Snow Goose: 1
Long-tailed Duck: 5!
Mt Elbert Forebay: (completely open)
Barrow's Goldeneye: 5
All in all, not a bad day up at "the lakes".
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