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Viewing Wildlife

Focus your binoculars or camera lens on the wide
array of animals that enrich any ARP recreational
experience—from elk to eagles, prairie dogs to
prairie falcons, bighorn sheep to burrowing owls and
bluebirds. Practice responsible viewing and keep your
distance—wildlife may run away, abandon a nest or
young, or even attack if you get too close. Learn to
watch wildlife without being watched back!


Viewing Wildlife Areas

  • Canyon Lakes Ranger District, west of Fort Collins area description
  • Arrowhead Lodge
  • Big Bend Sheep Viewing Area
  • Cache la Poudre River
  • Cameron Pass Winter Recreation
  • Clear Creek Ranger District, near Idaho Springs area description
  • Clear Lake Campground
  • Echo Lake Campground
  • Guanella Pass Campground
  • Mount Evans Scenic Byway
  • Mount Evans Summit / Interpretive Site
  • Pawnee National Grassland, NE of Greeley area description
  • Pawnee Bird Tour
  • Pawnee Pioneer Trails Scenic and Historic Byway
  • Sulphur Ranger District, near Winter Park & Granby area description
  • Arapaho National Recreation Area area description
  • Green Ridge Campground
  • Monarch Lake Trailhead
  • Osprey Viewing Site
  • Shadow Mountain Picnic Site
  • Willow Creek Campground
  • Grand County Bird List
  • Jim Creek Campground
  • Pine Beach Picnic Site


https://www.fs.usda.gov/activity/arp/recreation/natureviewing/?recid=28024&actid=62