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Barr Lake BioBlitz

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Join us for a day of discovery as we explore the amazing biodiversity of Barr Lake State Park! We’ll identify and inventory every species (plants, mammals, birds, insects, fungi, etc.) we can count in a 12-hour period!

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Decoding Bald Eagle Migration

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Around 200 pairs of Bald Eagles call Colorado home, with most breeding pairs remaining in the state year-round, rearing their young here in the spring and summer. Why, then, does Colorado’s Bald Eagle population surge to well over 1000 birds in the late fall and winter? Migration is the obvious answer, but as you might suspect, it’s a bit more complicated than that. Why do some eagles migrate while others do not? Here we’ll explore the answer to that question and more.

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2019 Speaker Series: Birding Without Borders

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Noah Strycker takes us deep into a 1-year birding quest to see half of the world’s birds. His story involves blood-sucking leeches, chronic sleep deprivation, airline snafus, breakdowns, mudslides, floods, war zones, ecological devastation, conservation triumphs, common and iconic species, and scores of passionate bird lovers around the globe!

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Bioblitz at Barr Lake!

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Mark your calendar and plan to join us for the 2019 Bioblitz at Barr Lake — as part of the City Nature Challenge!  Towns and cities around the world will be competing to see who can make the most observations of nature, find the most species, and engage the most people. We’ll set out to count as many species as we possibly can in one day! 

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Bird Banding at Front Range Birding Company

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Join us for a morning of bird banding with Meredith McBurney and our expert volunteers from Bird Conservancy of the Rockies! Mist nets will be set up near the wetlands behind the Front Range Birding Company in Littleton. Each bird will be weighed, measured and documented while you watch. You may even get a chance to experience a “bird in the hand!”

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