One of the great things about being a birder is that aside from insects, birds are probably the easiest animals to find. In the sky, on the ground, in the trees—they're everywhere! Plus, with their songs and calls, they're practically telling you where they are (although finding a singing bird can sometimes be frustratingly difficult).
Because of this, you can find a diversity of beautiful and interesting birds in most places. However, it is nice to find places that provide an exceptionally good birding experience or a diversity of habitats.
The number of birds isn’t the only thing that makes a place good for birding. It should also be fairly easy to get to, accessible to your physical abilities, and safe and relaxing to be in. Here are some places Audubon chapter members recommend in Colorado, Wyoming, and Utah.