Kodak Watchable Wildlife Area
This section along the Cache la Poudre River is a Colorado State Wildlife area that seeks to preserve the natural riparian habitat for wildlife. It is a wonderful spot for bird watching. Here you will find wild turkeys wandering about in groups as well as eagles, hawks, and a variety of waterfowl.
For a Google Map of the Poudre River Trail, visit our Interactive Map.
Trailhead for the Poudre River Trail
To reach this trailhead from Windsor, go South on County Road 19 / Highway 257, just under 2 miles from Main Street, you will see a road heading East. Here there is a parking lot, informational signs, a portable restroom, but no water.
Click on adjacent map to get a downloadable and printable map.
The Poudre Learning Center is a premier facility for interdisciplinary learning that will focus on the importance of history, science, economics, stewardship and aesthetics of the Cache la Poudre River in Northeastern Colorado.
At this 65-acre site, your family or your class can learn about the role that the Poudre River played in local history. You will find out how early settlers made irrigation ditches and dams in order to utilize the water from the river for agriculture. You can walk down to the ponds along the river. These ponds are the result of gravel pit mining, but now serve as an excellent habitat for the local wildlife. WEBSITE