Bird Conservancy of the Rockies provides rich environmental learning opportunities for groups of all ages through field trips and outreach programs for groups such as Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, after school programs, youth development programs, corporate groups, clubs, assisted living facilities, and senior centers. Our programs strive to meet the unique needs of your community organization or group through both standard and custom programs. For scholarship information click here.
Most community programs are customized to meet the needs and goals of each group, especially team building and service learning. However, standard programs are available and range from hour-long interpretive programs about basic birding skills to semester-long programs about urban birds.
A minimum of 10 participants is required for programs in which Bird Conservancy educators come to your site. Fees range from 50 cents to 10 dollars per person. Mileage may be charged for programs 25 miles or more from our headquarters in Brighton, Colorado.
A minimum of 10 participants is required for group field trips to the Bird Conservancy’s Environmental Learning Center at Barr Lake State Park located in Brighton, Colorado. Field trip fees range from $1-5 per person, plus a $7 per vehicle state park entrance fee.
Bird Tales is a program for residents in assisted living homes and memory care centers. It is a dynamic, unique and low-cost therapeutic program that brings the natural world of birds to people living with dementia. Bird Tales consists of therapeutic activities that encourage participants to connect with birds on a multi-sensory level: sight, sound, smell and touch.
The cost of the Bird Tales program is $3 per person if facilitated by a Bird Conservancy staff member and $1 per person if facilitated by one of our trained volunteers.