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  • Tom & Kay McConnell
    Saturday and Sunday counts were cold and cloudy but produced lots of interesting birds. Roaring Fork/Saturday Lewis s Woodpeckers on Missouri Heights (Far from
    Message 1 of 1 , Dec 19, 2005
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      Saturday and Sunday counts were cold and cloudy but produced lots of interesting birds.

       

      Roaring Fork/Saturday

       

      Lewis’s Woodpeckers on Missouri Heights (Far from the Roaring Fork River )

      Lots of Robins, Solitaires, and Mountain Bluebirds.  (Great Juniper berry year?)

      Hermit Thrush – 1

      Cedar Waxwings – over 200

      Brn-capped Rosy-Finch – 40 +/-

       

      Aspen/Sunday

       

      Barrow’s Goldeneye – (1 @ Snowmass Village sewage pond)

      Wild Turkey – 9 on Woody Creek

      No. Pygmy-Owl – near Old Snowmass

      Gldn-crnd Kinglet -5

      More Cedar Waxwings and Mountain Bluebirds

      Lots of Pine Grosbeaks

      Brn & Gry Rosy-Finches

       

      Thanks to everyone who who participated, especially Dona, Coen, and Brenda who drove a long way to help out.

       

      Tom

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