thu10mar8:15 am11:00 amBird Outing at Roxborough State ParkJoin us for a 2-3 hour bird walk among the Roxborough red rocks.8:15 am - 11:00 am Roxborough State Park, 4751 Roxborough DriveEvent Type :Field TripAdmission:Free Event
(Thursday) 8:15 am - 11:00 am
Roxborough State Park
4751 Roxborough Drive
PLEASE NOTE: You must register for this field trip (limit: 10 people) and complete the liability form when you register. Walk-up or impromptu participants will not be allowed. Other
PLEASE NOTE: You must register for this field trip (limit: 10 people) and complete the liability form when you register. Walk-up or impromptu participants will not be allowed. Other requirements are described below.
This early spring trip will be along the Fountain Valley trail (2.4 mile), which has a mild change in elevation and a partially graveled terrain. We will see year round residents such as the Spotted Towhee and Woodhouse's Scrub-Jay, nuthatches, chickadees, and finches. Possibly we will spot a Golden Eagle, as they breed in the park, or perhaps a Steller's Jay, Canyon Wren, and early Mountain Bluebirds. The first summer migrants may also be arriving.
Meet at the Visitor's Center and bring water, binoculars, appropriate outdoor clothing, and snacks if desired. Scopes are optional. For more information, please call Bea Weaver at (305) 498-5935.
Please note that this trip is not accessible for those with mobility challenges.
-You will self-screen for COVID-19 symptoms, even if you are vaccinated, and use common sense. DO NOT attend if you if you had recent exposure to an individual with symptoms or confirmation of COVID-19. If you have any symptoms or even suspect you could have COVID-19 symptoms, do not sign up for this trip.
-Masks Outdoors: Masks are not required outdoors. However, we encourage unvaccinated people to wear a mask when interacting with people outside their household when outdoors and maintain social distancing of 6 feet.
-Masks Indoors: Fully vaccinated people can go without masks in public indoor spaces. Unvaccinated people are encouraged to continue wearing masks in all public indoor spaces.
Photo credit: Bea Weaver.