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Cottonwood Marsh photo by Peter Burke

Accessible Broomfield Nature Area - Broomfield County
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Ownership: None Listed
Description: This area consists of a small pond, called Alexx and Michael's Pond, filled by runoff water. On the north side is a small wooded area consisting mostly of Cottonwood trees. This area is best for birding during spring and fall migration when warblers and sparrows are passing through. It is nearly deserted during the winter and has only a few interesting breeding birds during the summer like Yellow-headed Blackbirds and Common Yellowthroats.

Habitat: Pond/Lake/Reservoir, Marsh, Lowland Riparian, Urban/Suburban
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Directions: From Denver, go north on I-25 and exit at 120th Ave. Go west on 120th to Federal and then go north. Federal swings to the east and becomes Zuni. Continue north on Zuni to 132nd Ave and turn west. Park on this street.
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