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BBQ for the Birds
May 18, 2019 @ 8:00 am - 1:00 pm UTC+0$5
Mark your calendar to join us for the BBQ for the Birds, our annual celebration of people, birds and land!
Planned activities include:
Visit with Bird Conservancy staff and learn more about our science, education and land stewardship programs and how to help conserve birds around your home and in your community. Take the MIGRATION CHALLENGE and learn about International Migratory Bird Day—highlighting the migration of nearly 350 species of migratory birds between nesting habitats in North America and non-breeding grounds in Latin America, Mexico, and the Caribbean.
Take a ride on the Express Shuttles! Park shuttles will depart at 10 a.m. to take passengers to the eagle viewing areas. Please note that space on the shuttles is limited; reserve your spot by calling the nature center at (303) 659-6005
Online registration is closed — but walk-ins are welcome! Please look for our welcome station when you arrive and register there.
Admission $5 per person (ages 12 and under FREE) which includes park entrance fees, lunch and event activities. All proceeds benefit Bird Conservancy of the Rockies
Thank you to our Sponsors and Event Partners!
Become an Sponsor! Contact Kelli Hirsch via email or by phone: (303) 659-4348 x12
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