New Idaho Birding Trail

How cool is this? Very. I might try to visit all 175 sites.

LOOK FOR THE ROUND LOGO AT BIRDING SITES THROUGHOUT IDAHO (SEE LOWER LEFT CORNER)

We pulled into the Mesa Falls parking lot yesterday and I noticed this sign as we entered: Idaho Birding Trial.” What the heck is that? I wanna be a part of that!!!” I said.

I’m on vacay so looked it up. Here you have it: Idaho Birding Trail:

An information-packed guidebook to the statewide Idaho Birding Trail, with hours upon hours of birdwatching adventures described on nearly every page. Creating the trail was a four-year process, resulting in a 2,000-mile, self-guided, auto-driven tour through 175 premier birding sites. The guidebook is organized by region: Tree-covered mountains and glacial lakes in the North, snow-topped peaks and whitewater rivers in East-Central Idaho, foothills and forests in the Southwest, and sagebrush deserts in the Southeast.

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2 Responses to New Idaho Birding Trail

  1. Sounds like the place I’d want to bring my really long lens!!!

  2. Eric says:

    That pic makes me miss the snake river canyon, its so beautiful down around the birds of prey area.

    Eric

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