Come join us for our annual Bald Eagle hike! We will be at Barr Lake State Park learning about the habitat and lifestyle of our Bald Eagle’s, and then we will grab our binoculars and look to the skies to find them! It’s a great way for the whole family to enjoy the outdoors, and learn about the importance of our Bald Eagles.
Come learn all about raptors with this program. We will learn what special adaptations raptors have that enable them to be a great predator! We will go for a walk along the prairie and out to the dam to look for raptors in their natural habitat. Afterwards, Nature’s Educators will present some local live raptors!
Come join us as we learn all about the songbirds, raptors and waterfowl that call Barr Lake home! We will walk along the prairie, check out our backyard bird feeders, and walk to the dam in order to try and identify the special adaptations that allow the birds to thrive in their ecosystems!
Join Bird Conservancy staff and volunteers as we participate in the Great Backyard Bird Count (GBBC)! Hosted by Barr Lake State Park.
The GBBC was created in 1998 by the Cornell Lab of Ornithology and the Audubon Society. It was the first ever online citizen science project to collect data on wild birds and to display results in near real time.
Participants will be split in groups and lead by a Bird Conservancy staff or volunteer to count as many birds as they can around Barr Lake State Park. The final tallies will be entered into eBird and your fun and hard work will contribute to bird conservation science!