Willowtail Springs Nature Preserve and Education Center

Integrating the Arts and Natural Sciences

Nature Walk

Nature Walk with Lee Cloy

There is so much to do that allows you to connect with nature At Willowtail Springs.  Our CO-Director, Lee Cloy will take you to guided tour of our land. There are many paths and trails through the property–some wild, some mild. Learn about ecology, conservation, wildlife, water, air, forests and more.  Whether you want to look to the trees or to the lake, you will find so many diverse creatures in the area.

There are also 7,800 pinion and ponderosa trees in the pinion and juniper forests to appreciate. They are home to birds and other wildlife. We have also been able to plant new native species of grass, bushes, and flowers to increase the natural beauty of the area.

At Willowtail Springs, among 60 acres, there is so much to do that allows you to connect with nature. When you stay here, you are surrounded by nature – various trees and flowers, birds, water, and more. Even though you are staying within nature, it is important to explore and discover what is hiding among Willowtail Springs. Whether you want to look to the trees or to the lake, you will find so many diverse creatures in the area.

COST: $50 donation to Willowtail.org

For Schedule or questions: Lee Cloy

Call: 970-946-3969 or email: lee@willowtail.org