Have you ever wondered what it would be like to see Cut Bank just like the hawks, eagles, and falcons cruising south down the coulee for the winter?
Wonder no more! Follow along the Cut Bank Creek from just north of the train trestle, cross the bridge, then end up just shy of US Highway 2.
The Hawkwatch location itself is just south and east of the trestle (to the left, in the grassy patch just past the bridge). At the end of the clip, if you turned west (right) and took Route 2, you would head straight for the Marias Pass – the dividing line between the Bob Marshall Wilderness and Glacier National Park.
Here’s a Bald Eagle taking the Coulee line south-bound last year: