Great Backyard Bird CountSaturday, February 13
Join in the 19th Annual Great Backyard Bird Count this weekend! It’s a fun and easy way to help researchers learn about birds – all over the world! Anyone can take part, by counting the birds in your backyard or join in one of our bird hikes. Hikes will be lead by bird guides. No experience necessary. Read more about it at birdcount.org
Saturday, February 13th
9 am or 10:30 am at Florissant Fossil Beds
Sunday, February 14th
9 am at Mueller State Park
Hike Homestead TrailSaturday, February 20
Take a pleasant 2 mile hike through forest, meadows, and rock formations with Volunteer Naturalist Nancy. Snowshoes are recommended after recent snowfall.
Chatfield BirdwalkSaturday, February 27
Join naturalist & bird expert Joey Kellner in exploring various areas inside the park in search of feathered treasure. All ability levels are welcome. No sign-up necessary. Meet at the Platte River parking lot. No pets. Dress for the weather. Sunscreen and insect repellant as needed.
Hike Homestead TrailSunday, February 28
Take a pleasant 2 mile hike through forest, meadows, and rock formations with Volunteer Naturalist Penny. Snowshoes are recommended after recent snowfall.
Chatfield BirdwalkSaturday, March 26
Chatfield BirdwalkSaturday, April 30
Chatfield BirdwalkSaturday, May 28
Chatfield BirdwalkSaturday, June 25
Select a pin point for a description of the location and wildlife viewing information. There are over 200 sites to choose from. These sites are also published on the official Map to Colorado. Order yours today (included with the Vacation Guide). Look for the brown wildlife viewing signs at (most) location destinations. Download our wildlife viewing tips and checklist to use on your next wildlife viewing adventure.