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Nature Talk n' Trek with CSU Arapahoe Extension and Denver Audubon
Denver Audubon and CSU Extension Arapahoe County have joined forces to offer monthly collaborative nature programs in Arapahoe County. Join our staff and volunteers as we explore
Denver Audubon and CSU Extension Arapahoe County have joined forces to offer monthly collaborative nature programs in Arapahoe County. Join our staff and volunteers as we explore the native plants and birds along the Cherry Creek trail. This month’s location will feature the 17-Mile Farm House Park, a historical Arapahoe County Open Space. We will explore year-round resident birds, search for early season nesting raptors, learn about local strategies utilized by our native insects to survive the winter, and check out native plants that provide winter food sources for birds through seed and berry production. We may even catch a glimpse of the local beaver habitat! We will also be participating in the 2024 Great Backyard Bird Count and submitting our bird sightings to the Cornell Lab of Ornithology through the eBird.org app.
Trip Leader(s): Audubon Master Birders Dina Baker & Michelle Robinson. Please call 303-973-9530 if you have any questions about this field trip.
Meeting Place: 17-mile Farm House Park, 8181 S Parker Rd, Centennial, CO 80016
Please Note: If you have registered and no longer can attend the walk, please contact the Denver Audubon Office at 303-973-9530 as soon as possible.
Advance registration, including signing of the liability waiver is required. Walk-up or impromptu participants will not be allowed.
You are responsible for bringing your own binoculars, water, snacks for optimum experience
Cameras are permitted
This trip is accessible for those with specialized mobility considerations.
COVID Guidelines: We will follow the current guidelines for the county where the program takes place.