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Birding Workshop with Ted Floyd

Zapata Ranch

June 13th – 20th

 

Hone your birding skills with expert birder Ted Floyd.

The Program

About the Zapata

Rates

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a woman with her camera walks in a meadow at dusk

The Program

You’ll explore bird habitats including western sagebrush steppe, pinyon juniper woodland, lush cottonwood riparian, grasslands and wetlands, and pine forest. Locations include several nearby wildlife and wilderness areas including John James Canyon, Monte Vista National Wildlife Refuge, Blanca Wetlands, Russell Lakes State Wildlife Area, Great Sand Dunes National Park, and Zapata Falls.

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About the Zapata

Set back in a shady cotton woodgrove beneath the majestic 14,000-foot peaks of the Sangre De Cristo Mountains lies the historic Zapata Ranch headquarters and lodge, which was established in the late 1800’s. Elk, mule deer, migratory birds, eagles, and black bear also call this area home.

The rooms are beautifully furnished and have an elegant southwestern decor that gives them the feel of home. All rooms have individual tiled bathrooms and views that are private, peaceful, and beautiful in any season.

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Rates

$3995 per person includes all instruction, meals, accommodations, and taxes.

A photography instructor assists a student with setting up his camera and tripod.
One of the guest rooms at Zapata Ranch.
A plate of tenderloin covered in green chimichurri sauce.

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