Best Birding in Montana

This list represents the most popular birding in Montana. Use this list to plan your next Montana birding trip. Select a state and/or activity below to find even more top trails.

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 ...
The Bison Range is one of the oldest big-game refuges in the U.S., and was established ...
Any birding trip on the Blackfeet Reservation begins in Browning. In town look for House ...
The west side of Glacier is typically forested, gradually sloping terrain with an elevation ...
Dillon was named for Sydney Dillon, president of the Union Pacific Railroad, who was instrumental ...
The Billings area abounds with Indian history, beautiful scenery, good fishing, and excellent ...
Freezout Lake (including Priest Lake) is one of the best birding areas in Montana. The ...
Heading up the hill from the junction, the first major stop is the Upper Terraces, 2.1 ...
Birding at Red Rock Lakes is spectacular. More than 50,000 ducks and geese may stage here ...
The area around Kalispell is a fun place to watch birds. Vaux’s Swift is one species you ...
The town of West Yellowstone is well-known to millions of tourists as a busy souvenir ...
The birdlife of Yellowstone is highly underrated. Although bird concentrations are not ...
The birdlife of Yellowstone is highly underrated. Although bird concentrations are not ...
Missoula is one of the few places in Montana where the birding is excellent year-round. ...
Formerly called Custer Battlefield, the name of this national monument has been rightfully ...
This beautiful little town nestled on the banks of Big Spring Creek is a pleasant place ...
Birding from Sage Creek Junction into the Custer National Forest and along Sage Creek ...
The rivers, forests, foothills, mountains, and rolling grasslands around Bozeman offer ...
The Tongue River country of Montana is a beautiful blend of rolling plains, tree-lined ...
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