Lawrence Family Ranch
At the foot of the spectacular Sangre de Cristo Mountains, this 500+ acre private ranch offers birding in habitats from the hay meadows of the Wet Mountain Valley Floor to the alpine tundra of the San Isabel National Forest. Local birds include: Wild Turkey, raptors, jays, Pygmy Nuthatch, Cordilleran Flycatcher, Belted Kingfisher, woodpeckers, and owls. Three creeks, manmade ponds and beaver ponds provide riparian habitat. Rustic cabins and tours are available. This ranch is adjacent to the San Isabel National Forest and the famous Rainbow Trail.
Attractions: Ponds, Creeks, Easy Hiking Trails, Scenic Views, Access to Sangre de Cristo Wilderness Area
Habitat: Hay Meadow, Pinyon-Juniper-Oakbrush, Ponderosa Pine-White Fir, Aspen, Riparian, Pond, Lodgepole Pine, Englemann Spruce
Directions: To inquire about access to this ranch, lodging and to get directions, please call 719-649-7385 a minimum of 48 hours in advance of your potential visit.
Dates of Access: Open all year, contact owner prior to visit
Hours: By Appointment
Admission: Call for information
Restrictions: By Permission Only
Lodging: Rustic Cabins
Other Wildlife: Black Bear, Beaver, Chipmunk, Rock Squirrel, Golden-mantled Ground Squirrel, Mule Deer, Elk, Bobcat, Mountain Lion
Handicapped Access: Limited Access
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