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Broomfield Farmland - Broomfield County
Ownership: None Listed
Description: The NE part of the county is mostly farmland or previously farmed land. This is the best area in the county for sparrows, larks, and raptors. A drive along 160th Ave between Huron and Tennyson used to be the best area but the bird habitat is disappearing now that the NE Parkway is open and new residential areas are being planned.
Habitat: Grassland/Prairie
Directions: From Denver, go north on I-25 and exit at Hwy 7 (exit 229). Go west to Huron and south to 160th Ave. Go west to Tennyson.

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