Birding Trails in Montana
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Birding Trails in Montana

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Montana has 46 birding trails. The most popular trails are Troy and Vicinity, Freezout Lake and Youngs Creek and Tongue River Reservoir. Trails.com member Larry O. recently completed Dillon and the Big Hole Valley.
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The east side of the park features less forested, more abrupt terrain, with an elevation ...
The Beartooth Highway (U.S. 212), from Cooke City to Red Lodge, traverses from Montana ...
Freezout Lake (including Priest Lake) is one of the best birding areas in Montana. The ...
The Bison Range is one of the oldest big-game refuges in the U.S., and was established ...
Dillon was named for Sydney Dillon, president of the Union Pacific Railroad, who was instrumental ...
Heading up the hill from the junction, the first major stop is the Upper Terraces, 2.1 ...
Formerly called Custer Battlefield, the name of this national monument has been rightfully ...
Birds common to the Miles City area include Wood Duck, Great Horned Owl, Chimney Swift, ...
Makoshika (pronounced Ma-KOH-shi-kuh) is a Sioux Indian word meaning “bad earth” or “badlands.” ...
Habitats here include large cottonwoods with a variety of understory shrubs, backwater ...
Fort Peck is an excellent place to watch birds, especially from late April through May, ...
The 18,000-acre Pine Butte Swamp Preserve is the largest isolated wetland complex abutting ...
The west side of Glacier is typically forested, gradually sloping terrain with an elevation ...
Fortine, twelve miles south of Eureka, was named for Octave Fortine, an early settler ...
This 5,037-acre refuge located about five miles south of Ronan on U.S. 93 offers relatively ...
The bitterroot is the state flower of Montana and was first collected and described by ...
Missoula is one of the few places in Montana where the birding is excellent year-round. ...
The town of Whitefish is known as a recreation center in the valley, in part because of ...
The birdlife of Yellowstone is highly underrated. Although bird concentrations are not ...
Notorious for windy skies, the Livingston area is also noted for its eagles. Golden Eagle ...
The Tongue River country of Montana is a beautiful blend of rolling plains, tree-lined ...
Medicine Lake National Wildlife Refuge is off the beaten track, but the birding is superb. ...
In and near the city of Helena there are three primary places to watch birds. Helena (pronounced ...
Benton Lake is an amazing wetland surrounded by gentle hills of shortgrass prairie, and ...
This 1,568-acre refuge is nestled in the picturesque Swan Valley between the Swan Range ...
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