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Conservation: Happy Cats and Healthy Birds

wed10feb4:00 pmwed5:30 pmConservation: Happy Cats and Healthy BirdsConservation in Colorado program about the impacts free roaming cats have on birds and how to create solutions that keep both cats and birds safe. Suggested donation $54:00 pm - 5:30 pm(GMT+00:00) Event Type WorkshopAdmissionFree Event



(Wednesday) 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm(GMT+00:00)


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Conservation in Colorado Lecture Series. Suggested Donation: $5 per person. Registration closes 2 p.m., February 10.

Domestic cats make wonderful pets, but when allowed to roam outdoors, they can have terrible consequences for our birds and other wildlife. Cats are an introduced, non-native species that disrupts ecosystems if not managed well. Domestic free-roaming cats kill over 2 billion birds in the U. S. every year. The best way to keep your cats and the birds safe is to keep cats contained. Join Bird Conservancy of the Rockies and Cat Topia to learn more about this problem and how to create solutions that both keep our cats safer and allow us to safely enjoy our feathered friends!

Presented by Erin Youngberg, Community and Outreach Biologist at Bird Conservancy of the Rockies, and Cat Topia, a Denver, Colorado company building cat enclosures to keep cats safe.

Erin focuses on the birds in our urban landscape, our backyards, how to identify and enjoy them, and what we can do to conserve them for future generations.

An email with meeting details will be sent prior to the event. Please add to your contacts to ensure delivery. If you don't see the email within 45 minutes prior to program start time, check your Junk/Spam folders, then contact Suzy at 303-949-3077.

Photo by Ute Schröck on Unsplash.


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