Mourning Dove Trail

Trail of the Mourning Dove

This little known short trail begins within Pawnee National Grassland's Crow Valley Recreation Area at the Steward J. Adams Education Site.  The Trail of the Mourning Dove runs north along the normally (but not always) dry Crow Creek.  Early morning and evening walks, along this bush-filled lowland, delight nature watchers.

Birdwalk Trail

Enjoy a short walk within the southern border of Crow Valley Recreation Area, across a dry creek bed and into a cottonwood stand. You may be surprised at how many birds you hear and see, especially during spring and fall migration. 

At a Glance

Usage: Light-Medium
Best Season: Spring and Fall
Busiest Season: Spring and Fall
Closest Towns: Ault, Briggsdale, Grover, New Raymer, Greeley
Water: Potable water available during warm weather at the campground.
Restroom: Accessible Vault Toilet in campground
Information Center: Pawnee Ranger District
660 “O” Street, Greeley, CO 80631
Phone: 970-346-5000, Fax: 970-346-5014 Contact Us

General Information

Accessibility:

Wheelchair accessible when campground is open.


Parking:

Parking is available in the campground.


Directions:

From Ault, travel 22 miles east on Highway 14, turn north on Weld County Road 77, travel 1/4 mile to campground entrance on the west side of the road.  The Trail of the Mourning dove begins at the Steward J. Adams Education Site.


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Location

 
  Latitude : 
40.645706

  Longitude : 
-104.342734

  Elevation : 
4,800'

 



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