Colorado Points of Interest

Birds


Colorado is home to several national parks that offer visitors a chance to explore natural beauty and wildlife. One of the top attractions in these parks is the Birds point of interest, which provides a stunning view of the diverse bird species that inhabit the region.

Located in Rocky Mountain National Park, the Birds point of interest is an ideal destination for birdwatchers and nature enthusiasts. The park is home to over 300 bird species, including raptors, waterfowl, songbirds, and woodpeckers. Visitors can spot birds such as the bald eagle, osprey, peregrine falcon, and yellow warbler.

In addition to bird watching, visitors can enjoy hiking trails that wind through the park's lush forests, alpine meadows, and mountain peaks. The park also offers scenic drives, camping facilities, and ranger-led programs that provide insights into the area's ecology and wildlife.

One unique aspect of the Birds point of interest is the chance to see bird species that are not commonly found in other parts of the country. For example, the white-tailed ptarmigan, a bird that lives exclusively at high altitudes, can be seen in Rocky Mountain National Park.

Overall, the Birds point of interest in Colorado provides visitors with an opportunity to appreciate the natural beauty and diversity of bird species in the Rocky Mountain region. Whether you are an avid birdwatcher or just looking to explore the great outdoors, this point of interest is definitely worth a visit. Get driving directions.
BIRDS

Points of Interest
Location
Birds
Buried Stumps
Charlotte Hill
Consequences of Collecting
Early Dinosaurs
Earth Cools
Fascination With Fossils
FFB-Gateway to the Gold Belt Tour
Fierce Competition
Florissant Formation
Florissant Fossil Beds Visitor Center
Hornbek Homestead
Jawless fish
Kenosha Wildlife Viewing Observation Site
Land Plants
Land Vertebrates
Learning from Tree Rings
Life in the Forest
Life Zones
Mammoth
No Smoking, Sawmill and Hans Loop, VC and Parking Lot
Paleontology Today
Pioneers, Prospectors, and Paleontologists
Present Touches Past
Preserve and Protect
relatives near and far
Resource Protection Area
Revegetation Area/ Wall Mountain Tuff
The Big Four
The Big Stump
The Colorado Petrified Forest Lodge
The Role of Fire
Visitors Arrive
Walk Through Time
Wall Mountain Tuff

Nearby Camping
Location Campsites Reservations Toilets Showers Elevation
Wildhorn 9 8,856 ft
Grape Creek - Temple Canyon Park Numerous 6,160 ft
Lone Rock 20 6,410 ft
Wigwam 10 6,606 ft
Riverside 18 8,052 ft
Trail Creek Numerous 7,844 ft
Goose Creek 10 7,701 ft
Mueller State Park 90 9,313 ft
Platte River 10 6,333 ft
Molly Gulch 15 7,490 ft
Blue Mountain 21 8,079 ft
Green Mountain 6 7,615 ft
Buffalo 41 7,321 ft
Ouzel 13 6,285 ft
Springer Gulch 15 8,324 ft
Osprey 13 6,217 ft
Kelsey 17 8,035 ft
Happy Meadows 8 7,879 ft

Nearby Streamflow Levels