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Brunner Reservoir - Broomfield County
Ownership: None Listed
Description: This small reservoir has waterfowl most of the year and usually a large contingent of geese in winter. During spring migration many sparrows are seen in the bushes around the buildings adjacent to the reservoir. During the summer most species of swallow can be seen here. If the water level doesn't get too high, shorebirds can be seen here also.
Habitat: Pond/Lake/Reservoir, Urban/Suburban
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Directions: From 120th Ave (Hwy 287) in Broomfield go north on Lamar St. which is one block east of Main St. Continue north on Lamar until it meets DesCombs and park at the Aquatic Center just to the east. Walk down the path between the Aquatic Center and the Senior Center.
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