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Friday, November 17, 2006

Brush Hollow Reservoir

I ran out to Brush Hollow Reservoir, pictured in this photo I took at dusk, near Penrose this afternoon to see what waterbirds might be around. There is still a female Lesser Scaup and a Western Grebe there. Common Goldeneye have increased to 4 adult males, 1 first winter male and 6 females. I saw only 2 white-headed gulls but it was later in the day and the gulls take off in the afternoon to (probably) return to Pueblo Reservoir.

Other birds were 7 Canada Geese flying over and 1 Belted Kingfisher working the reservoir.

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