Date: 1/30/19 8:40 am
From: <pygmyowl...>
Subject: Re: [cobirds] Re: RFI: Fawn Brook Inn or other feeding stations in Estes Park areA
The restaurant was owned by an older couple and the husband was getting
unable to continue working at the caliber he wanted to so they decided to
close. As far as I know, No one bought it, so it sits vacant.
Scott Rashid
Estes Park




On Tue, 29 Jan 2019 23:19:51 -0800 (PST), Derek Hill
<derekthehill...> wrote:
> So whats up with Fawn Brook Inn lately? Went a couple years ago and we
> brought seed and enjoyed hundreds of rosy finches of all 3 species, some
> Evening Grosbeaks, etc.  Is the business still owned by bird-feeder
> friendly folk?  Id be willing to drive up a few sacks of bird seed to
> help sustain the feeders if anyone has info on the situation up there,
as
> it seemed to be one of the most easily accessible spots to see Rosy
> finches in the winter. Would be willing to donate a feeder or two as
> well. I have photos hanging on my wall of the tree full of 3 spp. of
rosy
> finches at Fawn Brook - what a gem of winter birding in CO!  If its not
> too late, lets keep it going. Anyone have info?
> -Derek HillMilliken
>
> On Monday, January 28, 2019 at 1:46:04 PM UTC-7, Arvind wrote: I am
> wondering if anyone knows if the feeders at Fawn Brook Inn in Allenspark
> are being maintained this winter or if there is another spot nearby
where
> feeders are viewable by the public (in hopes of seeing Rosy-Finches,
> etc).  I am leading a winter ornithology field trip for CU students next
> weekend. Fawn Brook has served us well over the past decade but no
longer
> was in operation last year.
> Thanks,
> Arvind PanjabiFort Collins 
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