The Black Canyon Chapter of the Audubon Society is offering four field trips to look for raptors (eagles, hawks, owls and falcons) in the Montrose and North Fork areas. The trips will be limited to 12 people per day on a first come, first serve basis.
Great Blue Heron
There he goes again ... flying toward the Grand Mesa. I've often wondered, is he flying homeward? Is he out to raid someone's fish pond? Or has he eaten already and just headed for his roost?
This bird appears regularly and I always wonder.
From an active bald eagle nest on Rogers Mesa to three kestrels on utility poles along Highway 92, area birders documented several species during Sunday's annual raptor viewing field trip. Bird-watchers captured a rare sighting of a Peregrine falcon on Scenic Mesa, and two more bald eagles perched above a golden eagle, with Land's End, Saddle Mountain and Needle Rock as a backdrop.
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