Just before the dawn I began a walk in the Bear Creek Greenbelt. The female Common Goldeneye is still hanging out, by herself, in Bear Creek.
I heard both immature and adult White-crowned Sparrows sing. Here’s the latter:
Then I joined a Denver Field Ornithologists trip, led by Karen Drozda, to Bluff Lake Nature Center. It was a pretty place, a compact place. More White-crowned Sparrows.
Bluff Lake featured two Great Blue Herons perched along the south edge. Here’s one: