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Cottonwood Marsh photo by Peter Burke

Accessible Betasso Preserve - Boulder County
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Ownership: None Listed
Description: Well up in the foothills, this preserve provides access to extensive Ponderosa Pine and mountain meadow habitat. It is the most reliable site in the county for breeding Western Bluebird, although Mountain Bluebirds are far more numerous. Pygmy Nuthatches and other common ponderosa birds can be relied on.

Habitat: Ponderosa Forest
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Directions: From Boulder, head west on Canyon Boulevard (CO 119) up Boulder Canyon towards Nederland. About five miles from Boulder, turn right (north) on Sugarloaf Road and follow it about a mile to Betasso Road. Turn right on Betasso and follow it into the preserve.
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