Garden of the Gods, 3130 N 30th St, Colorado Springs, 80919
This morning before the crowds of the day (and summer!) arrive, we’ll enjoy an easy birding walk through Garden of the God’s Central Garden area in search of typical foothills species. In addition to the spectacular scenery, we’ll especially hope to enjoy the aerial acrobatics of the many White-throated Swifts and get one or more of the resident Prairie Falcons in our scope for all to enjoy. The steep rock faces can be good locations to see and hear Canyon Wren and the juniper areas are good for a variety of species including Western Bluebird, Townsend’s Solitaire and sometimes Juniper Titmouse. Kip Miller will lead this outing. Please contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org to register. Group size limited to 10. We’ll meet on the observation deck at the main (North Garden) parking area along the loop road.