Published September 1, 2007
by Falcon .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||336|
Birding Colorado () Search by title, catalog stock #, author, isbn, etc. Early Christmas Sale. Written by an expert Colorado birder and filled with crisp, gorgeous color photography, this new field guide is the perfect companion for anyone learning more about the natural history and diversity of the state’s birds and when and where to see them: pages, Flexibound with jacket. From the prairies to the peaks, Colorado attracts an intriguing mix of birds, from Mountain Plovers to Rosy Finches and Lazuli Buntings to Black Swifts. "Birding Colorado" provides readers with a comprehensive guide to 90 of the best birding locations and more than sites within the region, as well as listing the birds most likely to be. Covering both sides of the river, the book offers site guides, species profiles, ecological information, and more. It is required reading for any serious Arizona field ornithologist and for anyone who wishes to learn more about bird life and habitat changes on the Colorado River.
~ Colorado Birding Resources page 1 ~ Colorado Birding Resources. Where to Go 1. The Colorado Birding Trail ( accessible sites throughout the state). Plan a trip using the Colorado Birding Trail website, where users can pinpoint birding trails all across the state from the eastern plains, Rocky Mountains and atop the rocky Western Slope terrain. The website also has a free downloadable birding guide for the southeast and southwest trails. When to Go. Birds are most visible around dusk and dawn or after a heavy rain. The Colorado Birding Trail was made possible through a grant from Great Outdoors Colorado which provides Colorado Lottery funds to worthwhile projects. Additional support for the project was provided by many federal, state, and non-profit agencies. Colorado Birding Trail. You may be lured to Colorado by the high peaks of the Rockies, which dominate the state, dividing the mesas of the west from the short-grass prairies to the east. But you won’t be able to avoid falling in love with other landscapes along the Colorado Birding Trail.
American Birding Association Field Guide to the Birds of Colorado book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. From the tiny rufo /5(3). The book also includes a complete state bird checklist and a directory of birding destinations, making this field guide the perfect companion for anyone interested in learning more about the natural history of Colorado and the diversity of the state’s birds and where to see : Scott & Nix, Inc. The Colorado Birding Trail Northeast, Northwest, Southeast, and Southwest Trail Guides are available on a limited basis at many birding trail sites with a visitor center, as well as Colorado State Parks and Colorado Parks and Wildlife Offices. Please keep in mind regional trails were completed at different times and could be out-of-print. Birding Colorado guides you to some of the best places in Colorado (more than 90 prime locations) for rewarding birdwatching. It tells you how to get there and what birds you might find, and it offers facts about history, geology, and ecology.