Morning in Pueblo

I birded for three hours below the dam at Lake Pueblo, spotting 44 species. The highlights were a calling, flyover Long-billed Curlew and a White-winged Dove. The vegetation was a greener that I expected for Pueblo this time of year, and the humidity was around 75%.

Barn Swallow

Orange-crowned Warbler

Wilson’s Warbler

Chipping Sparrow (adult)

Chipping Sparrow (immature)

White-winged Dove

Long-billed Dowitcher

Eastern Kingbird

Cedar Waxwings

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