Watson

LOOKING Closer

This camera watches the cycle of the seasons along the North Platte River and faces south towards the entrance of North Park near the Colorado – Wyoming border. At roughly 9,000 feet, North Park is a 30-mile basin that cradles the major headwaters of the North Platte River in Colorado. The basin and surrounding landscape have a deep cultural and natural history that stretches back thousands of years, and most of it passes through this scene.

Look Out For

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Fishermen

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Pelicans

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Elk

LOCATION Map

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