PLEASE NOTE: You must register for this field trip (limit: 8 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: 8 people) and complete the liability form when you register. Walk-up or impromptu participants will not be allowed. Other requirements are described below.
October Big Day bird count in partnership with High Line Canal Conservancy and The Urban Bird. An easy trail approximately 3 miles on a mostly level gravel road. Common species may include Spotted Towhee, Black-capped Chickadee, Downy Woodpecker, Black-billed Magpie, Northern Flicker, and any lingering migrants such as goldfinches and hummingbirds. We will meet at the Fly'n B parking lot, 2910 Plaza Drive, Highlands Ranch (off of Plaza Dr.) at 7:30 a.m. Hoping for a beautiful Fall day of birding. Restrooms available on site. Dress for the weather: layers are recommended, comfortable shoes, sunscreen, and a hat. Bring binoculars; a field guide is helpful, and water, etc.
Note that this field trip is accessible for those with mobility challenges. For more information, please call field trip leader Curt Frankenfeld at 720-602-7362 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
By registering for and attending this field trip, you agree to the following:
-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: Jefferson County strongly recommends that all residents ages 2 and older, regardless of vaccination status, return to wearing a mask in indoor public spaces to minimize risk and maximize protection.