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
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, birds, and seasonal insects present along the Cherry Creek trail. This month’s location will feature the Cherry Creek Valley Ecological Park, a well-kept secret and yet easily accessible birding hotspot. We will explore winter birds, talk about insect adaptations and over-wintering techniques, plus native shrubs and trees to support wildlife. We will also contribute our bird sightings to the International Great Backyard Bird Count happening February 17-20 all across the globe. We will meet at the Tagawa Gardens parking lot (7711 S Parker Rd, Centennial, CO 80016) and travel on paved trails about 1/4 mile North to the Cherry Creek Valley Ecological Park.
Trip Leader: Kate Hogan. Please call Kate at 720-214-2743 if you have any questions about this field trip.
Meeting Place: Tagawa Gardens Parking Lot, 7711 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 (Rhonda Shank 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 and sunscreen for optimum experience
Cameras are permitted
This trip is accessible for those with mobility issues.
COVID Guidelines: We will follow the current guidelines for the county where the program takes place.