Thursday, February 6, 2020

Birders among us should know about this...

With the freezing and thawing of ice around here, bald eagles have been spotted frequently on area ponds and lakes, likely taking advantage of shad dieoff.

Hard to match this report though:  Channel 9 News reports 116 bald eagles were counted in a five-minute period at Barr Lake State Park Monday.  Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) says 53 of the bald eagles counted Monday morning were adults, and 63 were immature.

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