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Meet Your Trip Leader
16 Denver CBC Upper Bear Creek Area 16 CBC
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Laura Steadman email@example.com or (no phone listed)
Trail Difficulty: Strenuous
See trip description for meeting instructions
This trip is limited to the first 6 registrations.
Denver Christmas Bird Count at Upper Bear Creek (UBC) Area 16. This CBC area comprises an appoximately 4 mile foothills hike (we'll go slow!), walking a couple of neighborhoods, and visiting a local park. If it's dry, the hike is a fair bit of uphill/downhill but moderate. If it's snowy or icy (particularly on the west side of the mountain), the hike is more strenuous.
Species expected include: chickadees, nuthatches, scrub and steller's jays, and more! We almost always see a dipper, and occasionally hear a canyon wren.
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