Featured Travel Tips
Did you know?
Grays Lake National Wildlife Refuge hosts the largest nesting population of Sandhill Cranes in the world.
Explore the amazing world of raptors at the World Center for Birds of Prey and learn about The Peregrine Fund’s mission to increase endangered raptor populations around the world.
The Idaho Birding Trail consists of a network of over 250 sites and over 2,000 miles of trails ideal for bird watching.
Kootenai National Wildlife Refuge is home to more than 220 species of birds and 45 species of mammals including moose, bears, otters, bald eagles and more.
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