29 (Friday) 8:00 am - 31 (Sunday) 6:00 pm
Click here to register and for more information! Summer in Colorado’s High Country brings baby birds, doting parents, and ID challenges in the myriad of available
Summer in Colorado’s High Country brings baby birds, doting parents, and ID challenges in the myriad of available habitats in Clear Creek, Grand, Jackson and Larimer counties. Join Denver Audubon and Reefs to Rockies in this 3-day trip to North Park in search of colonial waterbirds, sagebrush, and forest birds. Highlights may include piggy-backing grebes and other waterfowl, raptors, Sage Thrashers, and maybe even Greater Sage-Grouse or Moose!
A portion of the proceeds from this trip help fund Denver Audubon’s school, family, and conservation programs.
Friday, July 29: Denver/Granby/Walden
Saturday, July 30: North Park Hotspots
Sunday, July 31: Walden/Cameron Pass/Fort Collins/Denver
Price: $950* per person based on two people sharing double occupancy accommodations. Add $145* for private, single occupancy accommodations.
Inclusions: accommodations, guide (Tom Bush from Front Range Birding Co.), driver/guide (Sheridan Samano from Reefs to Rockies), daily guided birding with spotting scopes available, permits and entrance fees, and meals as listed in the itinerary.
Exclusions: two dinners and activities not listed in the itinerary.
Group Size: Min 4 and Max 6 participants + 2 guides. We are known for smaller group sizes with a better birder to guide ratio than most companies offering similar itineraries. This trip starts and ends in the west Denver Metro area (possibly the T-Rex Park-N-Ride lot on the NE corner of I-70 and CR93/ Morrison Exit 259.)
Level of Difficulty: Easy – This trip primarily involves short walks on mostly level gravel roads, paths, sidewalks, or boardwalks. Terrain may be uneven at times, but is not difficult to navigate. Most walks will be under a mile with a total distance of up to three miles on a given day.
*A 3% discount will be applied to payments by check.
All participants must be fully vaccinated against Covid-19 prior to travel.
Photo Credit: Reefs to Rockies