Date: 10/29/19 3:14 pm
From: Elena Holly Klaver <elena...>
Subject: [cobirds] Pipits and a yellow shafted flicker, Boulder County
On a walk to Boulder Creek on the White Rocks trail, there were two flickers just south of the creek, one with clear yellow under its wings and tail. The other had red; neither had malar stripes nor color at the nape of the neck, leading me to think they were female, but I am not sure. The five American pipits were along Boulder Creek by the bridge on the trail, feeding along the creek and in some plants on the bank. Two adult bald eagles, the resident pair, were along the creek, and on Teller Lake there was a good variety of ducks. There were more ducks, including some canvasbacks, bufflehead, and pintail, on Lagerman Reservoir earlier today.

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Elena Holly Klaver
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I acknowledge that I live in the territory of Hinóno’éí (Arapaho), Cheyenne and Ute Nations according to the 1851 Treaty of Fort Laramie, and that Colorado’s Front Range is home to many Native peoples. Reconozco que vivo en el territorio de las naciones Hinóno’éí (Arapaho), Cheyenne y Ute, según el 1851 Tratado de Fort Laramie, y que el estado de Colorado al este de las Montañas Rocosas es territorio de muchos pueblos indígenas.

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