We still have eleven vacant Breeding Bird Survey ("BBS") routes of the 132 
in Colorado. We invite - and urge -qualified observers to participate in the 
Breeding Bird Survey “BBS.”Participants must have the skills to identify the 
likely species on theirroutes by sight and by sound. 

           A BBS routecovers 24.5 miles. Observers record all the birds they 
hear and see during a3-minute stop, then drive a half-mile to the next stop. 
You run the route, onceonly, during the peak of the songbird singing season, 
from May 25 on the plainsto July 15 in the high country. The ability to 
identify species by sound iscrucial--I record 75-85% of the birds on my routes 
by sound, not sight. 
            Theobserver should have the ability to identify, by sound and 
sight, most of the species likely to occur along thatroute. On my routes, I 
identify over 75% of the birds by sound, without everseeing them. We seek a 
commitment ofthree years, because the BBS prefers route data run by the same 
person forat least 3 years. 
            Let me knowif you would like one or more. The following list ois 
organized geographically(sort of) with a short description of the route.
            Thefollowing lists the available routes; I can send more detailed 
descriptions toyou if you’d like to consider one but want more information. I 
know it’s old–fashioned, but I use the DeLorme (printed on paper) Atlas to 
locate routes. 


Hugh Kingery 

            East Central 
17313 Flagler                          Washington, Kit Carson, & Lincoln   p 97
            Starts15 miles SE of Anton at Wash CR 4; South on CR NN and KC Rds 
7, 6, & 5through Flagler to end.
17028 Two Buttes      Prowers & Baca          p103
            Startat intersection of CR 26 & CR D; east on CR D 9 miles; S on 
Colo 89 to end.
17328 Pritchett           Baca                            p 101
            Start12 miles S of Pritchett on CR 12; go E one mile, then N on 
Roads 13 and 12 toend.
17327 Timpas              Otero               p100
            Starts15 miles west of LaJunta. From Colo. 10, go south on GR 14 
for 9 miles, east onGR 11 5.5 miles to Timpas, south 2 miles, east one mile, 
then south on GR 18 toend. 
17220 Haswell            Bent, Kiowa    p 99
            Start6 miles N of Las Animas; N 7 miles on CR 10; swing around SE 
edge of Adobe CrRes. SWA, then N 4 miles on Road 17; E on Road E 2 miles; N 5 
miles on Road 19,E 1 mile on Road K, then N on Road 20 to end.
17321 Sheridan Lake    Prowers, Kiowa       p 103
            Starton Prowers Co. Rd 30 at Rd VV; north on VV to Kiowa CR W; then 
east on W toend.
            South Central
17056 Trinchera          Las Animas     p. 102,93
            Startin Trinchera; westerly on CR 2.2 and 22.0 & 24.6 roads to end.
17226 Cokedale          Las Animas     p 93                 
            Starts20 miles west of Trinidad, a mile south of Trinidad Lake; Go 
westerly on CF53.1 and 18.3; northwesterly on CR 53.5 through Spanish Peaks WA 
and 41.1; thennortheasterly on CF 41.7 & 42; then NWly on CR 46 to end.
            San Luis Valley and Southwest
17055 Alamosa           Conejos, Alamosa       p91-90
            Starts12 miles E of Manassa on CO 142; North on CR 28to CR Z; west 
on CR Z to CR 24;N on CR 24 (Alamosa CR S-112 to end. 
17422 Cortez              Montezuma                 pp75, 85
            Start6 miles N of Dolores on Colo. 526; south on 526 to Colo 104; 
South on 104 &CR 30 & 29 to US  160; skip 2 miles,then south on CR 27, west on 
CR H, south on CR 23 to end.
            Northwest mtns.
17202 Dunckley Pass  Rio Blanco                  p26, 25           
Starts 5 miles SW of Oak Creek; Start atintersection of Routt CRds 132 & 25. Go 
W on CR 132 (becomes FR 16);continue on Rd 16 (becomes Rio Blanco CR 8) over 
Dunckley Pass and Ripple CreekPass to end. 

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