Moffat County is home to around 295 bird species including:
GEESE, SWANS, DUCKS, PARTRIDGES, PHEASANTS, GROUSE, TURKEYS, LOONS, GREBES, PELICANS, CORMORANTS, HERONS, IBISES, VULTURES, HAWKS, FALCONS, RAILS, CRANES, PLOVERS, AVOCETS & STILTS, SANDPIPERS, GULLS, TERNS, PIGEONS & DOVES, CUCKOOS, BARN-OWLS, OWLS, NIGHTJARS, SWIFTS, HUMMINGBIRDS, KINGFISHERS, WOODPECKERS, FLYCATCHERS, SHRIKES, VIREOS, JAYS & CROWS, LARKS, SWALLOWS, CHICKADEES, BUSHTITS, NUTHATCHES, CREEPERS, WRENS, DIPPERS, KINGLETS, THRUSHES, THRASHERS, STARLINGS, PIPITS, WAXWINGS, WARBLERS, SPARROWS, CARDINALS, BLACKBIRDS, FINCHES, and OLD WORLD SPARROWS.
For more information on birding and locations in Moffat County go to the Colorado County Birding website. You can also keep an eye out here for more great birding photos, we welcome your spectacular catches as well.
While you are waiting...here is a great link to a live nest box cam for a Barn Owl couple in California! Meet Molly & McGee and watch as she spends her days keeping her eggs warm and readies them to hatch!