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Patrick O'Driscoll (Email: patodrisk@gmail.com Phone: 303-885-6955 (cell))Trail Difficulty: ModerateMaximum Participants: 12Directions: From East Denver take 56th Ave east toward Pena Blvd. First Creek parking lot is just before Pena on your left (north). Or take I-70 east to Pena Blvd. Drive north …
01.15.2018 07:30
First Creek at Denver Open Space, Denver, United States
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From Gary Lefko
Mark Amershek (Email: mamershek@msn.com Phone: 303-329-8646)Trail Difficulty: EasyMaximum Participants: 16Directions: Meet at the parking area at 88th Ave and South Platte River Trail. From I-76 take E 88th Ave exit, go west on 88th for 1.6 miles, then turn south at Colorado Blvd. Turn left again in…
01.14.2018 08:00
South Platte River Trail, Denver, United States
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From Gary Lefko
Karen von Saltza (Email: kvonsaltza@yahoo.com Phone: 303-941-4881)Trail Difficulty: EasyDirections: Meet at the Prairie Loop lot in Cherry Creek SP. From either park entrance, follow Lake View Rd to thePrairie Loop that is located at the south rim of the reservoir. State Parks pass or day pass requi…
01.14.2018 09:00
Cherry Creek State Park Wetlands Loop, Denver, United States
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From Gary Lefko
Leader: Denise Bretting, dbretting@swloveland.com, work: 970-669-1185, home: 970-669-8095. Call for any change. Meet at 7:30 a.m. in the parking lot. FCAS performs a monthly bird census for the City of Fort Collins. All levels are welcome.
01.14.2018 08:00
Bobcat Ridge Natural Area, Masonville, United States
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From Gary Lefko
Did you know that bald eagles come to Fort Collins in the winter? Free Eagle Watches at Fossil Creek Reservoir Natural Area are a great way to see them because friendly Master Naturalist volunteers provide spotting scopes and interesting information about these majestic creatures. Eagle Watches are …
01.13.2018 15:31
Fossil Creek Reservoir Natural Area, Fort Collins, United States
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From Gary Lefko
Contact: coloradobirder@yahoo.com Come view the fabulous wintering raptors of northwest Weld County's "Raptor Alley". Meet at the, now closed, Nunn Cafe on south side of Nunn along Hwy 85 (across from east grain elevators). Main routes to Nunn are: I-25N to Wellington to Larimer CR 64E (aka Nunn Ro…
01.13.2018 08:30
Northwest Weld County, Nunn, United States
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From Gary Lefko
Leader: Carl Starace   Free: Limited to 11 in 3 cars   Reservations: castarace@gmail.com   Back by popular demand! Join Carl for this frosty search for the various seed eaters that weather Colorado’s high country winters. This will be both a car tour of mountain feeders and a hike along Ski Ro…
01.13.2018 11:00
Boulder County, Boulder, United States
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From Gary Lefko
  Join us on a 3.3 mile loop through Aiken Canyon Preserve to look for foothills and pinyon-juniper species. Juniper Titmice, Bushtits, nuthatches, Spotted Towhees, Woodhouse’s Scrub-Jays, Townsend’s Solitaires and various finch species are among those to be expected. Although the trail is well-mai…
01.13.2018 07:30
Aiken Canyon Preserve, Colorado Springs, United States
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From Gary Lefko
    Our focus today is wintering songbirds, ducks and geese on the South Platte River in the area south of Overland Pond. Many of the ducks should be easily viewed from trails along the river. Walk mainly over grass and along a paved trail. Be prepared for possible snowy or icy conditions. Feel fr…
01.13.2018 09:00
Grant Frontier Park, Denver, United States
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From Gary Lefko
Join volunteer naturalists for a driving tour of some of the best areas to view birds of prey. We will carpool from our meeting place searching for raptors, learning about habitat, and working on our observation and identification skills. Bring binoculars, a spotting scope, and a bird field guide if…
01.13.2018 09:00
Boulder County, Boulder, United States
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From Gary Lefko
Jackie King (Email: jackie.king@ccd.edu Phone: 720-381-3314)Trail Difficulty: Easy. Directions: From I-70 exit 267, take Kipling south about 3/4 mile and turn right (west) on 44th Avenue. Go one mile west. Look for the entrance to Prospect Park on your left (south). Meet just inside the park in the …
01.13.2018 09:00
Prospect Park and Wheat Ridge Greenbelt, Denver, United States
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From Gary Lefko
    Quincy Reservoir is a great spot to see wintering ducks, geese, raptors and songbirds. Join Aurora Parks, Recreation and Open Space naturalists for an easy hike at this lovely, bird rich area. Bring binoculars and a scope, if you have one. Meeting Place:  Quincy Reservoir East Parking Lot, …
01.13.2018 08:30
Quincy Reservoir, Aurora, United States
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From Gary Lefko
Call the store at 303.442.1322 if you have any questions. From 7:30 am (promptly) to 9:45 am (approximately) Every Saturday year-round. No reservations required.  Every last Saturday of the month we travel further afield than normal and return a little later.  Bird walk locations are determined …
01.13.2018 07:30
Boulder-area, Boulder, United States
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From Gary Lefko
Did you know that bald eagles come to Fort Collins in the winter? Free Eagle Watches at Fossil Creek Reservoir Natural Area are a great way to see them because friendly Master Naturalist volunteers provide spotting scopes and interesting information about these majestic creatures. Eagle Watches are …
01.12.2018 15:30
Fossil Creek Reservoir Natural Area, Fort Collins, United States
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From Gary Lefko