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Loudy-Simpson Park, Moffatt Co

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  • Thomas Litteral
    The LS park in Craig is starting to be active with migrants. Yesterday, a group from Steamboat wandered nature trail to find a few warblers including a
    Message 1 of 1 , Aug 18, 2010
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      The LS park in Craig is starting to be active with migrants. Yesterday, a group from Steamboat wandered nature trail to find a few warblers including a Tennessee warbler, a lone yellow-rumped (late?), orange-crowned, yellow, Wilson's, Townsend's and MacGillivrary's. The usual N. waterthrush can be found near the first bridge. Five species of swallows were in the air with a pair of bald eagles over the Yampa River. This park is a treasure for Moffatt County as a Spring and Fall migrant trap. Tom in the 'Boat

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