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Ducks & Donuts with Tally Kerr & DFO | January 28
January 28 @ 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Join us for the second of four, in a new series of winter bird walks focusing on winter waterfowl.
This series focuses on helping developing birders learn how to identify winter waterfowl, but all levels of expertise are welcome. If you’re a developing birder, please join us. This will be a great opportunity to learn together.
This is a special joint trip with Denver Field Ornithologists to the Pueblo area!
The day will start with donuts at Daylight Donuts in Pueblo. We will then enjoy birding along the Arkansas River between The Nature & Wildlife Discovery Center and Lake Pueblo. Ducks are at the top of our list for the day, and we will also be looking for a variety of sparrows, phoebes, wrens, woodpeckers, hawks and more. This is a good area to discover something unusual along the river and in the nearby thickets. If time allows, we will stop by Pueblo City Park to conclude the trip.
The day will include approximately 5 miles of walking with possible areas of mud and ice.
Plan for Colorado weather and dress accordingly for cold and changing weather.
Pack your binoculars or let Tally know if you need to borrow a pair.
Scopes will be available to share, but feel free to bring your own if you’d like.
Be sure to pack snacks, lunch, water and sunscreen.
Restrooms will be available at several spots.
Carpooling meeting spots will be announced for those in Denver Metro area and for those in the Pikes Peak region.
Registration is required through the Denver Field Ornithologists website.
Click on Field Trips, and scroll down to select this trip. If you don’t see the trip listed, please check back often.
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