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All About Raptors Family Program

April 19 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am UTC+0

Date: Monday, April 19th
Time: 9a-11a
Cost: $5/child (1-17 years); $1/adult (+ $9/vehicle State Park entrance fee)
Location: Bird Conservancy’s Environmental Learning Center, 14500 Lark Bunting Lane, Brighton, CO 80601
**This program is limited to children and their grownups**

Bring the whole family to discover the amazing world of raptors! Bird Conservancy educators will guide you on a bird walk to find the birds of prey that call Barr Lake home. While the big kids go birding, kids ages 1-3 will have their own programming where we will read stories, play, and explore. Then we will all watch a special presentation with LIVE raptors!

*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 Wednesday April 14th**

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

Details

Date:
April 19
Time:
9:00 am - 11:00 am 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

Bird Conservancy’s Environmental Learning Center
14500 Lark Bunting Lane
Brighton, CO 80603 United States
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Phone:
303-6594348
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