Date: 8/29/19 6:17 pm
From: Santi Tabares <santiagobirds...>
Subject: [cobirds] Re: Flight photos - plovers - Plum Creek Delta - Chatfield
This association seems similar to the Piping Plover and Semipalmated Plover
seen at Cherry Creek State Park earlier this year. At least when I saw
them, they stuck fairly close together as well. I know it would be a bit of
a stretch, but is it possible that these are the same individuals?

Santiago Tabares
Littleton, CO

On Wednesday, August 28, 2019 at 10:30:14 AM UTC-6, Gregg Goodrich wrote:
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> I don’t see any eBird rare bird reports from yesterday on the Piping and
> Semipalmated Plovers at Plum Creek Delta. They may be gone. It looks like
> about 25 ebirders reported the birds. Pretty good for a difficult area to
> get to. I got these two flight shots of the pair. Pretty tight pair. I
> think most folks got to see them both in the same field of view.
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> So good the water level is down. Great spot for shore birds to take a
> break. Even with all the construction, people and boats, Chatfield can
> still get some good birds.
>
> Gregg Goodrich
> Highlands Ranch
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