3.13.2014

Where to Go Birding in Colorado

Colorado Parks & Wildlife, the Colorado Lottery, and Great Outdoors Colorado have partnered to bring you a great website with suggestions for where to view Colorado's many bird species in all parts of the state.  On the Colorado Birding Trail website you can explore 40 trails around the state, find out about sites along the trail, and learn about which birds you can look for in each area.  The website also features a handy Birding Basics section with viewing suggestions, birding resources, and information on Colorado's natural habitats.  Spring is migration season, so now is a great time to check out this handy resource and view some of our state's incredible wildlife.

Colorado's state bird is the Lark Bunting.  Find out where you can see one by visiting www.coloradobirdingtrail.com.  Photo courtesy Colorado Parks & Wildlife.



1 comment:

Jude said...

The best places to go are the National Wildlife Refuges: http://www.fws.gov/mountain-prairie/refuges/co/ My favorites are the ones in Monte Vista and Browns Park.

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