3 edition of Birds of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains found in the catalog.
|Statement||prepared by United States Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southwestern Region.|
|Contributions||United States. Forest Service. Southwestern Region.|
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Title. Birds of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains: a checklist: Caminio Real and Questa ranger districts, Carson National Forest / By.
United States. Get this from a library. Birds of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains: a checklist: Camino Real and Questa ranger districts, Carson National Forest.
[United States. Forest Service. Southwestern Region.;]. out of 5 stars Birds of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains book of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. Reviewed in the United States on February 5, Verified Purchase.
It's one of a kind publication. Mostly aerial photos Birds of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains book all the lakes existing in the Colorado Sangres. Great views. It's in a pdf file, so not exactly a slide show, rather a standard e-book.5/5(1). Says ornithologist Mary Taylor Gray, in her book WATCHABLE BIRDS OF THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS (Mountain Press Publishing, ), at pa “Flickers nest in holes in trees, fenceposts, telephone poles and the like, excavating the nest hole by pecking.
They are important homebuilders for other cavity-nesting birds who, with bills too weak to make their own holes, use those abandoned by woodpeckers.
The mountains were named in by the Spanish explorer Antonio Valverde y Cosio, who, impressed at sunrise by the red-tinted, snowy peaks, supposedly uttered a fervent “Sangre de Cristo” (“Blood of Christ”). Headstreams of the Pecos and Canadian rivers originate within the range, which is embraced by San Isabel, Rio Grande, Carson, and Santa Fe national forests and includes the Great.
Click on the Table to see a list the highest mountains of the Sangre de Cristo Range. The table entries give the corresponding GPS coordinates and they are linked to the web pages with aerial photographs.
Pikes Peak Photo PUBLICATIONS about Sangres (books and e-books). This link contains also the SANGRE's WIDE LANDSCAPES gallery. The Sangre de Cristo Range is a high, rugged and narrow mountain range of the Rocky Mountains in southern Colorado in the United States, running north and south along the east side of the Rio Grande mountains extend southeast from Poncha Pass for about 75 mi ( km) through south-central Colorado to La Veta Pass, approximately 20 mi (32 km) west of Walsenburg, and form a high ridge Age of rock: Precambrian and Permian-Pennsylvanian.
Colorado Birdwatching: 10 Must-See Birds. Staff Writer. Updated: Novem Colorado is home to more than bird species. All you need to be a birder in Colorado is a field guide and a pair of binoculars. For those looking for unique Colorado birds, the 10 described below are the most popular with experienced birdwatchers.