Join seasoned birder, Sheila Webber of the Ft. Collins Audubon Society, and Scott Rashid, Director of the Colorado Avian Research and Rehabilitation Institute at the High Plains Environmental Center on Saturday, April 3rd from 2:00 to 4:00.
We will start at the visitor’s center with the guided bird walk with Sheila around Equalizer Lake, and immediately afterward, watch and learn about bird banding with Scott.
This is an outdoor event and will be held weather permitting. If cancelled due to weather, (snow, rain, or extreme wind/cold) registrants will be notified the day before. Attendees are encouraged to bring binoculars, dress in layers, wear walking shoes, and bring a water bottle.
This event is for all ages. Under 16 must be accompanied by adult registrant.
COVID 19 Protocols will be in place and attendance is limited to ticket holders. Larimer County guidelines require masks and social distancing at this event. Attendees must register with an email address and phone number to enable any future contact tracing that may be necessary. Vulnerable populations are safer at home.
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