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Fitness and Photography for Fun - A blog on staying fit by hiking and doing photography by David Mendosa

Adams County Regional Park

June 23rd, 2010 · No Comments

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My friend Sharon and I went birding yesterday. She introduced me to Adams County Regional Park in Brighton, Colorado, which is out on the prairie about 30 miles east of Boulder. The birds are there because of several small lakes and one big river, the South Platte, the principal source of water for eastern Colorado.

This Songbird May Be a Female Yellow Warbler

This Songbird May Be a Female Yellow Warbler

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This Bird is a Great Blue Heron

This Bird is a Great Blue Heron

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A Tree Swallow on its Birdhouse

A Tree Swallow on its Birdhouse

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This Anhinga Was So New to Me that I Had Never Heard of It

A Cormorant Swims

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Pelicans Pose

Pelicans Pose

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A Pelican Takes Off

A Pelican Takes Off

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And Flies Away

And Flies Away

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