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Red Rocks Wildlife Refuge in mid-Sept? (1 Viewer)


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This doesn't look like to active a forum but here goes.
I'm going to Yellowstone 18 Sept and people have been telling me to go south to Jackson WY and Grand Teton for better birding.
I see Red Rocks WLR looks pretty amazing but someone said at that elevation most of the birds would be gone by then.
Anyone familiar with this place?


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Yes I've spent a bit of time there and September would be a perfect time to go as the lakes will not be frozen over and there will be many species of waterfowl present. You'll also have a good chance of seeing sandhill cranes and hear elk bugling!
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