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Meet Your Trip Leader
James A. Bible Park
(Patch Birding Trip)
9:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Gary Witt firstname.lastname@example.org or 303-905-6985
Trip Difficulty: Easy
Meet at the south end of the parking lot accessed from E. Yale Ave, on the north side of the park. (The entrance drive is just west of the bridge crossing Goldsmith Gulch).
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This trip is limited to the first 9 registrations.
Habitats to bird: Developed, Riparian
This is a southeast Denver urban park with a perennial stream passing through it. The High Line Canal defines the west, south, and east side of the park (north side is E. Yale Ave.). Goldsmith Gulch bisects the park south to north with a younger/smaller cottonwoods lining the small riparian corridor. Mature/large cottonwoods can be found along the High Line Canal greenbelt the borders much of the park. Birds found at this location include common urban yard species (American Robin, European Starling, Black-capped Chickadee, House Sparrow, House Finch, Spotted Towhee, Northern Flicker, White-breasted Nuthatch, etc) plus occasional migrants (Yellow-rumped Warbler and Orange-crowned Warbler), and summertime nesters (Red-tailed Hawk, Yellow Warbler, House Wren, Song Sparrow, Mallards, Yellow-breasted Chat, Swainson's Hawk, Blue Jays, and even Bushtits). Other visitors to the park during the summer include Snowy Egret, Black-billed Magpie, Lazuli Bunting, and Red-breasted Nuthatch. There is stretch of Goldsmith Gulch that is within a undeveloped wooded lot south of the park that we will likely also explore somewhat.
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