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Watch for Wacky Migrants!

In late fall and early winter, all kinds of oddities may pass through Boulder - like this Varied Thrush, spotted in a Boulder back yard by willem9. Great places to look for stray or lost migrants include lakes and reservoirs, where there are sometimes unusual ducks, gulls and other waterbirds. But don't forget to document the ordinary and mundane as well - we love any and all wildlife sightings!
Photo -Vaired Thrus in a Boulder backyard

Posted on November 28, 2017 05:14 PM by dsutherland dsutherland | 0 comments | Leave a comment
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Many species of wildlife share space with us in Boulder County, including mammals, birds, insects, spiders, reptiles, and amphibians. If you have an interesting sighting, we’d love to know about it.

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