This spectacular Colorado ecosystem is a fantastic place for bird watching. It boasts 282 bird species and was designated as a Globally Important Bird Area. Many of the species in the park are unique to the mountainous habitat. Aspen, Ponderosa Pine, high elevation willow, spruce fir forest, alpine tundra and beautiful riparian area are some of the breathtaking habitats found in Rocky Mountain National Park. Also, one might see over 60 species of mammals, 11 species of fish, 141 butterflies and hundreds of wild flowers. Some sought after species that we could see include; White-tailed Ptarmigan, Black Swift, Williamson’s and Red-napped Sapsucker, Am. Three-toed Woodpecker, flycatchers, Gray Jay, Clark’s Nutcracker, Violet-green Swallow, Mountain Chickadee, Pygmy Nuthatch, Townsend’s Solitaire, American Dipper, Virginia’s and Wilson’s Warbler, Western Tanager, Brown-capped Rosy-Finch, Pine Grosbeak and Red Crossbill. We also have two different owl trips for those late night specialties. The high elevation option includes Northern Saw-whet Owl, Boreal Owl and Northern Pygmy-Owl. The lower elevation option includes Flammulated Owl, Eastern Screech-Owl and Common Poorwill. Here is the Rocky Mountain National Park Birdlist. Come and spend a full or half-day birding tour with us in the park! Photographers and large families are always welcome. We also have packages for multiple days. Let us help you make your vacation memorable by joining us for a birding tour today.