Thursday 24 June 2021, 08:00am - 05:00pm
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Contact Bill Harris (970) 901-4022
The Grand Mesa has a wonderful array of birds during the summer that include Lincoln sparrow, Swainson’s hawk, American three-toed woodpecker, hermit thrush, pine grosbeak, red crossbill to name a few. We will be stopping at several points along Highway 65 on the Grand Mesa and going for short hikes to view birds. Hiking distance will be around 3-4 miles total. This will be an all-day trip, so bring lunch, snacks, water, and clothing to deal with cooler or inclement weather. Group size is limited to 10 people. Meet at the parking lot behind Hartman Bros. along N. 1st at 8:00 AM. Contact trip leader, Bill Harris, at (970) 901-4022 with any questions.
Location Meet at the parking lot on North 1st in Montrose behind Hartman Brothers.