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Meet Your Trip Leader
Banner Lakes SWA (Weld County)
7:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Mark Amershek email@example.com or 720 243 1521
Trail Difficulty: Moderate
Meet at the wildlife area for a half-day trip. Take I-76 east; at the Hudson exit (exit 31), go four miles east on CO 52. The main parking lot is on the left (north) just past CR 53 (Delorme 31 D6).
This trip is limited to the first 12 registrations.
We will bird the north side of the area. There are numerous small to medium-sized ponds, many ringed with marshes, Russian olives, and junipers. There is moderate on- and off-trail hiking of about 2-3 miles which is all on flat lands.. Scopes would be helpful but not necessary. Potential for a hawk/owl search of the DIA loop in the afternoon. Fishing, hunting or wildlife license required to enter SWA . Register online or contact the leader.
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