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Barr Lake Bird Walks

April 5 @ 9:30 am - 12:00 pm MDT

Date: Mondays & Saturdays in March & April;
starting March 15th
Time: 9:30-10:30a or 11a-12p
Cost: $10/person (+ $9/vehicle State Park entrance fee)
Location: Barr Lake State Park, 13401 Picadilly Road, Brighton, CO 80603
Fun for the whole family! Be among the first to greet spring migrants as they make their arduous journey back from their wintering grounds! Join Bird Conservancy Educators as we explore Barr Lake to learn the history of the park, discover who calls it home and why it is known as the “bed and breakfast for birds”!
*Binoculars are provided
*Per COVID-19 guidelines, physical distancing and masks are required, and each time slot is limited to 10 people
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 5 days prior to each program date, i.e. Mondays for a Saturday program; Wednesdays for a Monday program)

Questions? Contact Sarah Doxon at [email protected]

Details

Date:
April 5
Time:
9:30 am - 12:00 pm MDT
Event Category:

Organizer

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

Venue

Barr Lake State Park
13401 Picadilly Road
Brighton, Colorado 80603
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