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Denver City Park (Denver County)
7:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Patrick O'Driscoll 303-885-6955 (cell)
Trail Difficulty: Easy
Meet at parking strip on north side of Ferril Lake. Directions: Enter park from Colorado Blvd. Northbound turns left onto 22nd Ave. past Museum of Nature & Science; southbound turns right onto 22nd at police station. Go past museum parking until road curves toward zoo. Take immediate left at "To Pavilion Bandstand" sign and go 300 yards down to corner with tall spruce trees, where lake comes into view. Park diagonally on left beneath spruces.
About the Trip
More looks at large waterbirds and the first return of migrants and spring-summer residents. The cormorant colony at Duck Lake should be busy, and the first night-herons and egrets should be arriving at the Ferril Lakes rookery. We will count both sites for the DFO Colonial Waterbirds Project but also comb the park for songbirds, woodpeckers, raptors and more.
Dress for weather, including a hat, and bring water and snacks. Scopes welcome for
viewing cormorant nests high in the trees. Register online or contact the leader.
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