Join us on on the FIRST SATURDAY OF EACH MONTH from 9am-11am for Bird Banding with Scott Rashid (Director of the Colorado Avian Research and Rehabilitation Institute) followed by a casual bird walk at Equalizer Lake with Sheila Webber of the Fort Collins Audubon Society.
Participants meet at the High Plains Environmental Center, 2698 Bluestem Willow Dr. in Loveland, CO.
Join Scott, an expert Ornithologist, who will talk to the group about what bird banding is, which birds we may expect to see/band, and why bird banding is vital for collecting data on avian species, in addition to catching and banding live song birds, waterfowl, raptors, and other types of birds at HPEC.
Sheila will then lead her monthly bird walk; Fall migration is underway, so you will likely see song birds, raptors, shore birds, and waterfowl.
The 2022 HPEC Native Plant Sale (Online Purchasing Only) Native plans help conserve water and support native wildlife, especially pollinators! Click here to place your order and learn more about the native Colorado plantings available. New Prairie and Rocky Mountain native plants will be added throughout the 2022 season as they become available in the […]
High Plains Environmental Center’s 2022 Native Plant Sale is now on, through September. New varieties of prairie and Rocky Mountain native plants will be added throughout the season as they become available in the HPEC nursery. Native plants help to conserve water and support native wildlife, especially pollinators! All plants come in a 2 3/8 […]
Centerra Engagement Assembly is proud to present the 14th annual Sounds of Centerra concert series, returning to Chapungu Sculpture Park Fridays in July. Bring your blankets and lawn chairs and find a comfortable spot on the Great Lawn to enjoy this year’s line-up from local and regional musicians. The performances this year range from 80s […]