Date: 3/31/21 8:05 pm
From: Brandon <flammowl17...>
Subject: [cobirds] Pueblo Neotropic Cormorant update 3/31
The immature Neotropic Cormorant, first seen last Thursday and re-found
Saturday, continues through today, Wednesday at the Pueblo West Gravel Pit
pond in Pueblo County. Park at east side of Osprey Picnic area and walk
with scope east to view the pond or park along Hwy 96 at Chain of Lakes
Parking Lot and walk with scope west and cross Valco Bridge to view the
pond. Note a Colorado State Parks pass is required to park at either of
these parking lots. Quite a few decent photos have been taken of it and
are on e-bird. The bird seems to be on the Gravel Pit mostly during the
morning, it has also been seen once in the afternoon/evening on the nearby
Valco Ponds. Good luck, this seems to be most viewable Neotropic Cormorant
ever in Pueblo County.

Brandon Percival
Pueblo West, CO

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