Date: 4/5/21 11:53 am
From: Larry Griffin <orchbird46...>
Subject: [cobirds] Red-breasted Mergansers, Windsor, Weld Co. - additional note about the pond location
Happy Easter COBirders,

As of 12 noon, there were approximately 40 gorgeous Red-breasted
Mergansers in a pond just SW of 17th St and 392 (Main St) in Windsor.
Turn south on 17th St  and park at the corner across from the Associates
in Family Medicine building. There were about 10 Common Mergansers and a
lone Horned Grebe with the RBME's. Windsor Lake was devoid of birds.

I noticed this pond does not appear on Google maps or Mapquest, but it
is just off the corner where 17th St turns east nevertheless. Perhaps it
is one of the gravel pit ponds in that area. It often contains waterfowl.

Larry Griffin
Windsor, CO

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