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Sunday October 5, 2003
FIRST SUNDAY BIRDING
Starts at 9am (for the winter months) and bird till Noon.
Meet at Cottonwood Marsh at Walden Wildlife Habit. Off north
75th Street between Valmont and Jay Roads, Boulder, CO. Bird
the Walden/Sawhill complex. Bug repellent is still in order
as West nile is still out there. Bring water and a snack.
Leader: Beth Partin 303-466-8880
Saturday October 18, 2003
FALL BIRDS OF DOUDY DRAW
8:30 AM TO NOON
Meet at west end of East Boulder recreation Center, 5660
Sioux Drive, Boulder, CO. Take 55th Street from either South
Boulder Rd or Baseline Road. Carpool to Doudy Draw to bird.
Bring bug juice, water & a
snack. Carpool .50 cents each to driver.
Leader: Myron Plooster 303-494-6708
November 2, 2003
First Sunday Birding
9 am to noon.
Meet at Cottonwood Marsh Walden Wildlife Habitat. Bird the
Walden/Sawhill complex. Bring water, snack and dress for
cold and weather and wear boots, not sneakers if it is cold.
Leader: Debra Sparn 303-494-0919
November 15, 2003
CIRCLE OF LAKES
8 am to 2 pm.
Bird the lakes north of Boulder and Longmont areas. Visit
Boulder Reservoir, Little Gaynor Lake, Union Reservoir and
other choice sites near Longmont in search of returning waterfowl
and raptors. Meet at Cottonwood Marsh parking lot at Walden
Wildlife habitat at 8 am. Plan on birding until about 2 pm.
Bring water, snacks or a lunch you can eat on the go. Carpool
$2.00 A wonderful trip to see those ducks in beautiful winter
plumage.Be prepared for the weather.
Leader Dick Pratt 303-651-6860
December 7, 2003
FIRST SUNDAY BIRDING
Same info as for October & November.
Leaders: Suzi and Myron Plooster 303-494-6708
December 6, 2003
WATERFOWL OF THE SOUTH PLATTE RIVER
Bird along the South
Platte Trail at 88th and Platte in Thornton. Meet at East
Boulder Rec Center at 8:30 am. Plan on walking about 2
miles on a flat paved trail and bird until early afternoon.
Bring water, lunch and snacks. Wear appropriate, layered
clothing for winter, hat with ear covering. It may be 80
degrees or it could be quite cold. See wintering waterfowl
with possible Long-tailed duck, or Perigrine Falcon. A
great winter trip.
Leader: Ray Davis 303-823-5332
Sunday December 14
BOULDER CHRISTMAS BIRD COUNT
Contact Bill Schmoker at firstname.lastname@example.org for
full information. We want some of our newer members and other
birders who have never participated to join the count this
December 15 - February 15
INDIAN PEAKS WINTER BIRD COUNT
For information contact Bill Kaempfer 303-939-8005 or email@example.com
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