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Meet Your Trip Leader
(Developing Birder Trip)
9:30 AM - 12:30 PM
David Suddjian email@example.com or 831-713-8659
Trip Difficulty: Moderate
Meet at Reynold's Landing along the South Platte. From Santa Fe south of Bowles take Brewery Lane going west and meet in the parking area at the end of the road.
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This trip is limited to the first 10 registrations.
This three-hour outing will visit two or three places in Littleton to seek a variety of winter birds, maybe visiting greenbelts, parks, cemetery, and the river corridor. Bohemian and Cedar Waxwings have been around, and we will try places that might attract them. This will be a good trip to see some new spots, and to learn about the winter birds that live in town and in our parks. The Developing Birder designation indicates a pace appropriate to observation and your questions. Plan for a total of 2-3 miles of walking on level paths, with some icy and snowy spots to be anticipated. Be ready to carpool to make navigation through town easier. There is a restroom at the meeting spot. Register online or contact the leader.
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