The Swans on South Platte Reservoir and the one on Blackrock lake are no longer there, but I was able to find a Swan on Cooley Lake, visible from Mineral in the northeast section of the lake on some open water. I think it may be the Tundra swan that flew from Blackrock late earlier today.
The Black Scoter, American Dipper and Audubon Warbler continued, but I was unable to find the Harris's Sparrow
On Friday, January 4, 2019 at 2:36:19 PM UTC-7, Brian Johnson wrote: > > Just to update, at least on of the swans is a Tundra Swan. Thanks Joe > Roller for pointing this out to me. Pretty cool to get to see two species > of swans in a single visit. > Brian Johnson > Englewood CO > > On Friday, January 4, 2019 at 10:40:30 AM UTC-7, Brian Johnson wrote: >> >> The six *Trumpeter Swans* (I though it should be seven swans a swimming) >> continue at the South East end. There is also a female *Black Scouter* >> still present, mostly by her self away from the other ducks. Me and three >> other birds were present and got good looks at the swans, they even climbed >> on the ice and we got a great view of one with a rare yellow leg coloring >> (but photos showed it was still a Trumpeter Swan). Jefferson County Cove >> end is frozen over. >> Good start to the morning, >> Brian Johnson >> Englewood CO >> >