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Conservation: Happy Cats and Healthy Birds

February 10 @ 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm MST

FREE!
Domestic cats make wonderful pets, but when allowed to roam outdoors, they can have terrible consequences for our birds and other wildlife. The best way to keep your cats and the birds safe is to keep cats contained. Join Bird Conservancy of the Rockies and Cat Topia to learn more about this problem and how to create solutions that both keep our cats safe and allow us to safely enjoy our feathered friends! We’ll also explore birds in our urban landscape, our backyards, how to identify and enjoy birds, and what we can do to conserve them for future generations.
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Registration closes 2 pm MT, February 10. An email with meeting details will be sent prior to the event.
Presented by Erin Youngberg, Community and Outreach Biologist at Bird Conservancy of the Rockies, and Cat Topia, a Denver, Colorado company building cat enclosures keeping cats safe.
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Presented in collaboration with Denver Audubon

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Date:
February 10
Time:
4:00 pm - 5:30 pm MST
Cost:
FREE!
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Online/Virtual Program

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Denver Audubon
Email:
Suzy@denveraudubon.org
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