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Meet Your Trip Leader
Pueblo and Cañon City Areas
6:30 AM - 5:30 PM
David Suddjian firstname.lastname@example.org or 831-713-8659
Diane Roberts Samatha576@aol.com or 720-278-9025
Trip Difficulty: Strenuous
Meet at Lowe's in Castle Rock near the outlet stores. I-25 south, exit at Founders/Meadows Pkwy (exit 184), turn right (west), then right on Santa Fe Dr (Hwy 85), then right on New Beale St. Exact address 1360 New Beale St, Castle Rock, CO 80108
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This trip is limited to the first 12 registrations.
This full day outing will start the new Bird Year 2023 with a bang! Want a boost to your year list? If weather is decent we might expect 80 to 90 species or more even. Lake Pueblo often has good wintering water birds, like loons and rare gulls and more, and there is a good chance for a rare bird being around. At Canon City and other spots along the way we will look for Rufous-crowned Sparrow, wintering sapsuckers (3 species possible), and Scaled Quail. Other area specialties are possible such as Canyon Towhee, Curve-billed Thrasher and Juniper Titmouse are possible, and lots more. The trip is rated strenuous for a full day and some long drives. Walking will be less than 2 miles total. We will carpool from the meeting place in three cars. Bring lunch, snacks and drinks. . Register online or contact the leader.
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