Colorado alone has more than 700 animal species. From mesas to mountains to plains, a variety of different ecosystems comprise the state. Colorado Profiles documents the range of habitats found along three ecosystems—mesa, mountains and plains—that cross a great diversity of life in Colorado.

Renowned photographer John Fielder’s photographs showcase the beauty and drama of the ecosystems and elevations of Colorado, such as Dinosaur National Monument, Steamboat Springs, Burlington and Colorado National Monument. The exhibit is broken down into three major ecosystems: Mesas, Mountains and Plains. The photographs within each ecosystem beautifully represent the physical characteristics of the ecosystem and the wildlife often found in these areas.

Museum Admission and 3D Film tickets are only available for purchase in person.

Event Details

This is a permanent exhibit.

Hours:

9:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Age Restriction:

All ages