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Birding by Canoe Family Program (Mon)

May 10 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm UTC+0

Date: Monday, May 10th
Time: 9a-12p
Cost: $5/child (1-17 years); $1/adult (+ $9/vehicle State Park entrance fee)
Location: Barr Lake State Park, 13401 Picadilly Rd, Brighton, CO (Meet at the boat ramp)
**This program is limited to children and their grownups**

Join Bird Conservancy to gain a new perspective on birds — from the water! After an introduction to canoeing, we will head out on the water to discover the incredible birds that love Barr Lake as much as we do. Canoes, life jackets, and binoculars will be provided. Children must be at least 6 years of age to canoe. Special programming will be provided for those under 6 years old.

Per COVID-19 guidelines, physical distancing and masks are required.

Scholarships are available. Please complete this form BEFORE you register and wait for a reply from a Bird Conservancy staff member.

REGISTER HERE!

**Registration closes at 11:59p on Monday May 3rd**

Questions? Contact Sarah Doxon, Early Childhood & Family Coordinator, at [email protected]

Details

Date:
May 10
Time:
9:00 am - 12:00 pm UTC+0
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Organizer

Bird Conservancy of the Rockies
Phone:
303-659-4348
Email:
info@birdconservancy.org
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Venue

Barr Lake State Park
13401 Picadilly Road
Brighton, Colorado 80603
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