Wednesday, October 9, 2019 | 9:00AM — Sunday, October 13, 2019 | 5:00PM
Colorado isn’t the only Rocky Mountain state that offers key resting and feeding spots to migratory birds. The Land of Enchantment is just as appealing to our feathered friends, and it has bird-watching opportunities in abundance. Join Norm Lewis, frequent birding guide for History Colorado, on an avian extravaganza in northern New Mexico. At Bosque del Apache and other national wildlife refuges, state parks and natural areas, there’ll be many birds to admire—the greater roadrunner, sandhill crane, Gambel’s quail and more. It’s a chance to see beauty on the wing, so grab your binoculars and let’s hit the trails and meadows of New Mexico! Includes bus transportation, four nights’ lodging, expert birding guides, all admissions and seven meals, including a Welcome Dinner.
History Colorado Tours & Treks offers a grand assortment of travels to enrich your understanding of our state’s history, and beyond. Our 2019 tours reflect the growing interest and excitement in our state’s history and seeing its heritage as a firsthand experience. Walk in the footsteps of those who founded our state, our towns and our counties. Each trip is specially designed to inspire wonder in our past.
Join us for a year of adventures from neighborhoods in Denver to our viticultural areas on the Western Slope. New this year, History Colorado will go international to find our connections around the globe. We invite you to join us for a year of curiosity, adventure, excitement and, of course, fun! Thank you for your continued support, and we look forward to another year of exploring the geography, archaeology and history of Colorado!