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Nests & Eggs! Family & Homeschool Program

July 26 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am MDT

Date: Monday, July 26th
Time: 9a-11a
Cost: $5/child (1-17 years); $1/adult (+ $9/vehicle State Park entrance fee)
Location: Barr Lake State Park Nature Center (meet in front of)
13401 Picadilly Rd, Brighton, CO
**This program is limited to children and their grownups**

During spring and summer, birds are busy building nests and laying eggs! Join us to discover the amazing variety of nests that birds can make and the incredible array of eggs they lay. We’ll even practice our birdy engineering skills by building our own nests!

Have a little one? Kids ages 1-3 will have their own special topic-related programming where we will read stories, play, and explore!

We will get messy, so be sure to wear old clothes!

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 July 21st**

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

Details

Date:
July 26
Time:
9:00 am - 11:00 am MDT
Event Category:

Organizer

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

Barr Lake Nature Center
13401 Picadilly Road
Brighton, CO 80603 United States
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Phone:
(303) 659-6005
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