Tarantula Migration Underway In Southern Colorado

Tarantula Migration Underway In Southern Colorado


SAYS THAT ROAD WILL REOPEN BY MIDNIGHT. WE’RE USED TO HOSTING ALL KINDS OF VISITORS IN COLORADO. SO WHY NOT TARANTULAS? COLORADO WILDLIFE EXPERTS SAY THOUSANDS OF THESE GUYS, THE OKLAHOMA BROWN TARANTULA, WILL MIGRATE THROUGH LaJUNTA THIS MONTH. THE MAJORITY OF THEM, MALES, LOOKING TO MATE WITH FEMALES HIDDEN IN COLORADO’S GRASSLANDS. IF YOU WANT TO SEE THE ARACHNIDS, THEY REALLY ARE NOT HARMFUL OR AVOID THE AREA. THE LOCAL TOURISM BOARD SAID STATE HIGHWAY 109 SOUTH OF LaJUNTA ON COMANCHE NATIONAL GRASSLAND IS WHERE THEY CROSS AT ABOUT 6 P.M. DAILY AND SEPTEMBER 10th FOR

7 thoughts on “Tarantula Migration Underway In Southern Colorado

  1. This is cool . I saw two bear Cubs and a mama bear off woodmen last night knocked over every trash can in the area

  2. We used to see them in New Mexico. They walk along side the road and when a car passes by they roll up in a ball and get blown off track, but within minutes they are back slogging along the road again.

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