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Meet Your Trip Leader
South Metro Area
(Patch Birding Trip)
8:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Jared Del Rosso firstname.lastname@example.org or 617-275-6252
Trip Difficulty: Easy
Meet at the Westlands Park lot on E. Dorado Avenue off of S. Quebec Street. From E. Belleview Avenue, head south on S. Quebec to find the park. From E. Orchard Road, head north on S. Quebec to find the park.
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This trip is limited to the first 6 registrations.
The south metro area includes rich birding areas, particularly along
the High Line Canal, Big and Little Dry Creeks, S. Platte River, and
amid the area's open spaces and parks. Many are under-birded. This
trip focuses on hotspots with fewer than 100 checklists or species on
eBird. We'll try to expand lists, submitting high-quality checklists
and contributing to citizen science efforts. We'll also try to come
away with a few good stories, observing the birds--common ones
included--as they live their lives in suburban and urban landscapes.
This month, we'll bird Westlands Park in Greenwood Village. In the
winter, this small, suburban park attracts flock of geese to its small
pond and grassy fields. Snow and Greater White-fronted Geese have been
observed here among those flocks. Wood Ducks can be numerous in
winter. So, too, can be Cedar Waxwings. Register online or contact the leader.
This trip is filled and you will be placed on the waiting list when you register
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