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The shelter is an ideal place to view the Peregrine Falcons nesting on the rock cliffs. The shelter provides protection from the sun and weather. It also provides a comfortable place to sit and view cliffs, as well as picnic. The shelter is ADA accessible.
Funding for the shelter was generously provided by the Missouri-Madison River Fund & NorthWestern Energy. AID worked in collaboration with the Montana State Park - Region 3, the Sacajawea Audubon Society and the Trident Cement Plant to bring the shelter to fruition.
All steel and bolts used in the fabrication of the shelter were purchased locally and produced in the USA. The Garapa hardwood is native to Brazil and was purchased locally. It is a very hard wood that is naturally resistant to rot, decay and insect attack.
The shelter is located in Headwaters State Park, along the Missouri River, on the Peregrine Falcon Trail. Parking is available at the fishing access located just 100 feet to the southwest.