We serve as a foundation for our community by offering welcoming, well equipped and maintained facilities,outstanding collections, and well-trained employees who provide expert service encouraging the joy of reading, supporting lifelong learning and presenting access to information from around the world.
The zoo is one of Pueblo's true gems. Filled with animals, opportunities for discovery and fun as well as volunteer programs for the community...the Pueblo Zoo is a must-see.
Pueblo Mountain Park is a 611 acre park owned by the City of Pueblo and managed by the Mountain Park Environmental Center. MPEC proudly offers high quality year round programs in both recreation and education throughout the year as well as inspiring rental facilities.
The Nature and Raptor Center of Pueblo is located in scenic Rock Canyon on the banks of the Arkansas River The beautiful setting features a variety of facilities and nature programs year-round. In addition, the Raptor Center rehabilitates injured birds of prey and returns them to the wild. Visitors can see live raptors such as hawks, owls, falcons and eagles on display. Over 5000 raptors have been cared for from 46 counties in Colorado and several other states including Texas, New Mexico, California, Oregon, Oklahoma, Utah, and Kansas.
The CSU-Pueblo Outdoor Pursuits program is dedicated to providing exceptional opportunities for students, faculty, staff and members of the wider community to be inspired, equipped and prepared to embark upon life-changing adventures.
CPW manages the State Parks and wildlife in our spectacular state of Colorado. Lake Pueblo State Park and surrounding wildlife areas are the perfect place for viewing wintering bald eagles and all other birds of prey throughout the year. Visit the website for a wealth of information on the park and wildlife viewing tips and tricks.
Black Hills is committed to providing safe, reliable and affordable energy in a manner that protects the environment. They work to protect birds of prey and, in fact, have installed all of the raptor poles you see at Lake Pueblo State Park.
This local chapter is an outstanding example of citizen action at its best, and is still a leader in community and environmental issues. They are a great resource for local birding information and activities.
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