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2021 38th Annual Monte Vista Crane Festival

2021 38th Annual Monte Vista Crane Festival

Show Starts at 7pm MST. Join us for beautiful videos and interesting interviews featuring twenty thousand Sandhill Cranes and the landscape of the San Luis Valley, Colorado.

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Event Ticket

$15.00

You receive a ticket to our 2-hour video event on March 12, 2021. You will also have access to the video until March 17, 2021, to rewatch your favorite parts or parts you missed.

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Event Ticket and Friends Membership

$30.00

In addition to this event, you will receive a membership to the Friends of the San Luis Valley National Wildlife Refuges. We support the three refuges in the valley; Baca, Alamosa, and Monte Vista. This is a discounted Family membership for this Event only. You will receive our bi-annual newsletter as well as invitations to support our refuges by building trails and vegetation enclosures. The Friends are also invited by the refuge staff on exclusive closed area tours to see birds, other wildlife, and archeological sites.

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Event Ticket Plus $15 Donation

$30.00

Please help us make future Festivals even better. Your money will go towards improving the viewing and parking areas on the Monte Vista National Wildlife Refuge and the Ski Hi Event Center.

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Event Ticket Plus $25 Donation

$40.00

Please help us make future Festivals even better. Your money will go towards improving the viewing and parking areas on the Monte Vista National Wildlife Refuge and the Ski Hi Event Center.

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Event Ticket Plus $50 Donation

$65.00

Please help us make future Festivals even better. Your money will go towards improving the viewing and parking areas on the Monte Vista National Wildlife Refuge and the Ski Hi Event Center.

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Event Information

Our feature presentations are “Cranes of the World” by crane naturalist Sandra Noll and a breathtaking slide show by professional photographer Ed MacKerrow. This event will include short video productions about cranes, San Luis Valley water issues, and short interviews with refuge staff and local community members.