Friday, November 25th, 2016, 7:30 a.m.-Sundown
Leader: Ted Floyd
Free: No limit, no reservations necessary.
Work off some of that holiday turkey dinner on this annual outing with the ever energetic Ted Floyd, the erudite editor of American Birding Magazine. He invites all birders to join him for the following:
“Hard to say where we’ll go or what we’ll see, but our very broad objective will be to visit various lakes and ponds in eastern Boulder County. Maybe we’ll see Bonaparte’s Gulls, a Swamp Sparrow or two, Harlan’s Hawks and Cassiar Juncos, divers geese and gulls, problematic goldeneyes, a rare grebe or loon…or maybe, probably, something entirely unexpected.”
No experience necessary. Children and non-birding companions welcome. Carpooling helpful. Bring binocularss if you have ’em. Bring a scope to share. Or not. Bring leftover tofurkey (this is the Great BOULDER Caper, after all) and orange slices and such. Feel free to email lead caperer, Yours Truly, with any questions: tedfloyd57 “at” hotmail “dot” com. Meet at 7:30 AM at Cottonwood Marsh at Walden Ponds, off of 75th Street.