Very nice walk along the river. Not much shade, so I would recommend a morning visit. My dog really enjoyed sniffing - clearly wildlife had visited the river to drink or sleep in the grass and he checked those spots thoroughly. The birdsongs were wonderful.
After a day of driving around San Luis Valley, this was a nice respite. There is a small building with a bit of information presented and a very friendly and helpful staff person. You can choose either an audio car tour or a walk. We...更多
Alamosa National Wildlife Refuge is located east of Alamosa while the Montevista Wildlife Refuge is west. The wildlife refuges have expanded to better protect the water resources in the valley. The Alamosa Refuge offers good habitat, which attracts wildlife that is easy to spot including...更多
we drove kind of late afternoon to the refuge, the office was closed, but we saw there was a auto guide road.. so we did it! SO well maintained and amazing to know how important this area with the water is!
we say several ducks...更多
A small but oh -so-well- done visitor center. We really enjoyed the displays and the hands on activities provided. Sorry I cannot remember the name of the ranger but she provided us with so many interesting facts about the area. We were just a little...更多
Maybe it was the time of day, but we really didn't see any wildlife on our auto tour. My kids had soaked their shoes at the sand dunes so we didn't do the walks. The visitor center was closed and there wasn't much info to...更多