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Nature and Raptor Center of Pueblo, Pueblo

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  • There are all kinds of things going on at the center. Bike riding fishing, nature walks great restaurant. It is all here for the grabbing. We have been here for music feats and dances, it is just one ...  more »
  • The Nature Center offers many different things to do at different times though the year. Many programs are for both the young and old. Walk with your sweet heart around the water, sit under the trees ...  more »
  • fun for the whole family. Learn interesting facts and see first hand. surrounded by nature as if in the natural habitat.  more »
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  • Very neat place to take the kids. Lots to learn, very friendly employees. Breathtaking views. Make sure you trek up to the observatory. and down to the river.
  • Small place, but fun night with good music and lots of enthusiasm. Great food.
  • We had a nice stroll, the stopped to see the birds, this is not large and if you read everything about the birds they have and visit with the staff I would think most of us could stretch the visit to an hour. I enjoyed it more than I expected and would go back again.
  • Quiet and serene. Very nice restaurant there as well.
  • There were some construction hazards right by the kids playground. 1) exposed electrical wires, not sure if they were live or not 2)there was a big hole with a couple of pieces of wood covering some of it, but no temp fencing like you would think right by a playground. What do they spend the 4 dollars a carload on?