Date: 2/7/19 6:22 am
From: R Carol Cushman <r.cushman...>
Subject: [cobirds] Singing dipper, Boulder County
On Tuesday an American dipper was singing madly and blinking his white eyelid in Boulder Creek under the 30th Street bridge in Boulder. There was some debris I thought might be the beginning of a nest on one of the ledges, so I hope he will stay around for awhile. The song was so loud I heard it as I approached the bridge from some distance away, and yet everyone else walked right by without paying any attention. The easiest way to access this spot is to park at Scott Carpenter Park.
Carol Cushman
East Boulder County

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