This one-hour program, which is tailored to the age and experience of the audience, includes a Bald or a Golden Eagle, an owl, a falcon, and features a free-flying hawk. Students learn about the importance of different raptor species, their specially-adapted tools, and their role in our ecosystems. In this participatory program, students are able to observe the unique tools of the owl, the incredible talons and six-foot wingspan of the eagle, the aerodynamic features of the falcon, and the precision flying of the hawk.
Date: Friday, Feb. 24
Time: 6-7 p.m.
Location: Dakota Lodge
Fee: Adult – Resident: $10
Youth (3-18 years) – Resident: $6
Family of 4 – Resident: $30
Learn About Colorado Native Plants
Why use natives? You can increase the sustainability of your garden, save money from less watering, attract native pollinators and enjoy a bounty of Colorado’s native wildflowers, shrubs and trees.
WEBINAR – Native Plants For Every Landscape Situation– March 16, 12 noon to 1 PM, taught by Irene Shonle, CSU native plant expert.
DIY Native Plant Landscaping Installation – June 30; 8:30 AM to 12:30 PM
Discover Native Shrubs for Your Landscape – July 21; 8:30 AM to 12:30 PM
Learn more at http://npm.eventbrite.com, http://coloradoplants.jeffco.us and www.ext.colostate.edu or contact us at 15200 W. 6th Avenue, Unit C, Golden, Colorado 80401, 303-271-6621; Fax 303-271-6644.
KC Nature Hops!
We will come to you! Schedule a KC Nature program for your next school program, scout program or birthday party. Topics include geology, Ken-Caryl History, mammals, Leave No Trace and more!! For more information contact Gabrielle Chisholm 303-979-4070 email@example.com.
For questions about KC Nature programs, contact Gabrielle Chisholm at firstname.lastname@example.org or 303-979-1876, ext. 106.