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Meet Your Trip Leader
South Platte Park--South End
(Developing Birder Trip)
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
David Suddjian email@example.com or 831-713-8659
Trip Difficulty: Easy
Meet at parking lot adjoining the South Platte Reservoir. The reservoir is just north of Chatfield off of C-470.
Take C-470 to the Wadsworth Blvd exit and turn north onto Wadsworth. Turn right (east) on West Chatfield Avenue and follow the road for 1.5 miles. Make a sharp turn right at the sign that says South Platte Reservoir and follow the access road around to the parking lot.
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A short morning excursion to look for birds on the ponds and river corridor. We will look at South Platte Reservoir, which can have unusual birds in late fall sometimes, like loons and rare ducks. And we will check a few ponds in the park, and look along the river corridor for water fowl, raptors, sparrows and maybe something unexpected. American Pipit, American Dipper and Wilson's Snipe are possible here at this time. The Developing Birder designation means newer birders are very welcome, an our pace will permit lots of questions and observation. Plan for walking of about 2 miles total. Bring water, snacks and a scope if you have one, and we can share. Register online or contact the leader.
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