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¡Pájaros Sin Fronteras! (Birds Without Borders)

September 21, 2019 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm MDT

Audubon Rockies, Bird Conservancy of the Rockies, Trees, Water & People, and the CSU Environmental Learning Center are excited to present ¡Pájaros Sin Fronteras! (Birds Without Borders), a free community celebration that spotlights migratory birds during their annual fall migration as they travel south to Mexico and Central America. community celebration that spotlights migratory birds during their annual fall migration as they travel south to Mexico and Central America.

This event provides guests with an opportunity to meet scientists and natural resource professionals and learn about bird migration, healthy habitats, and simple ways to help birds around their homes and in their communities. The event connects residents to the natural world through unique, hands-on experiences and useful resources, sharing insights about plants, habitats, migration and ways to make a positive difference for birds here and beyond our borders.

This event is made possible with generous support from Wild Birds Unlimited Nature Center in Fort Collins, New Belgium Brewing Co. and the City of Fort Collins.

Details

Date:
September 21, 2019
Time:
9:00 am - 12:00 pm MDT
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Organizer

Audubon Rockies
Phone:
(970) 416-6931
Email:
audubonrockies@audubon.org
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Venue

Colorado State University Environmental Learning Center
2400 South County Road 9
Fort Collins, CO 80525 United States
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Phone:
(970) 491-1661
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