Visit Montrose from February 12 to February 14 for a winter getaway! This package is available for both couples and families and we've taken care of all of the details like where to stay, what to do, and where to eat.

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The diverse landscapes around Montrose are home to a tremendous variety of birds and other wildlife.

One of Colorado’s 40 Birding Trails is anchored by, and named after, the Black Canyon, which furnishes a home for the Great Horned Owl, American Dipper, Stellar’s Jay and migratory species that include Peregrine Falcons, White-throated Swifts, Mountain Bluebirds and Canyon Wrens.

In additional to the Black Canyon itself, the trail features several birding sites within a short distance of Montrose, such as the riparian areas adjoining the trails in Montrose’s Cerise Park. 

Take a gander at the detailed information available for each of the sites along the Black Canyon Trail.

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