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Accessible Rabbit Mountain Open Space - Boulder County
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Ownership: None Listed
Description: A scrubby, isolated foothill, Rabbit Mountain is known as the most reliable spot in the county for Bushtit and Pinyon Jay, which is not to say it is particularly reliable for either species, but both can be seen there year-round. More regular are flocks of bluebirds. Keep an eye on the sky for raptors, frequently including Golden Eagle.

Habitat: Mixed Conifer Forest
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Directions: Head west on CO 66 from Longmont about five miles to 53rd Street. Turn right (north) on 53rd, which terminates a couple miles north in the parking lot for Rabbit Mountain.
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