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Thursday, February 08, 2007

Pueblo Reservoir again

As I had a dental appointment in Pueblo West, the areas adjacent to the Pueblo Reservoir, I did some birding there afterward. It was a fairly foggy and chilly day, but the sun kept breaking through.

I ran across a flock of about 40 or so American Tree Sparrows in a weedy area near the shore. I could see 2 Bald Eagles out on the ice and lots of distant waterfowl. I did not see the Northern Mockingbird I saw last week-end that was in the photos in posts earlier this week.

I took this photo of a Pied-billed Grebe swimming near the North Marina. Though quite plain in plumage, this grebe has a distinctive ring around its short bill.

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