Bird Walk: Boulder Area Lakes and Woodlands
Mar 28, 2019
By late March, ice is clearing from lakes, and the first migrants are arriving from the south. The Boulder area features many lively bird sites this time of year, where ducks abound, sparrows chirp from the underbrush, and raptors rule the sky. See a wide variety of lingering overwintering birds, such as Townsend’s solitaire, ruby-crowned kinglet, and white-crowned sparrow, and early migrants such as yellow-rumped warbler, Say’s phoebe, and bluebirds with expert bird guide Norm Lewis, Zoology Department associate. And, of course, there will be the resident nuthatches, owls, and woodpeckers! Transportation is not included. Participants caravan from a meeting location. The meeting locations for bird walks vary with each outing, so please consult your reminder email for final information.
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