Date: 1/4/21 4:08 pm
From: John Malenich <john.malenich...>
Subject: [cobirds] Re: Advice on how to bird the Ward area
Hi Mike,

This COBirds post from last winter should

Click on the link to Todd Deininger's map (Thanks Todd!!!). Ward can
sometimes be hit or miss, but the lower Ward feeders will often have Pine
Grosbeaks and some Rosy's. As is often the case with winter feeders in the
mountains, the feeders are often typically productive during and after foul
weather (snow). As always be respectful of both the birds' and the
homeowners' rights. Watch from a distance, avoid pointing binoculars toward
house windows, keep groups small, don't be loud, park safely and legally,
etc. so that birding access continues to be allowed. Most often in Ward,
its better to park where its safe and walk to the feeders.

John Malenich,
Boulder, CO
On Monday, January 4, 2021 at 3:33:37 PM UTC-7 <miked......> wrote:

> Hey, gang! I've taken a couple of trips to Ward (Boulder County) in hopes
> of Clark's Nutcracker and Pine Grosbeak. But every time I make the drive up
> there, the town and surrounding environments are quiet and relatively
> birdless (beside super common stuff like BBMA and CORA). Maybe I'm having
> bad luck, but I sort of assume that the birds are there, and I'm just
> looking in the wrong places. Does anyone have any advice regarding how I
> could make those trips more productive?
> Thanks!
> Mike Hensley
> Boulder County

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