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Bird Walks

Let’s look and listen for wild birds! Our informal bird walks are open to everyone, from veteran birders to those venturing out for the first time. Most trips are led by an experienced birder.

Upcoming Bird Walks

Sunday, June 23 at 8:00 am to 11:00 am -- Denver Audubon's Kingery Nature Center trails

Join us for a trip led by, Natalie Vande Vuss / Audubon Master Birder, as we explore the trails at Denver Audubon's Kingery Nature Center. The center is located along the south edge of Chatfield State Park. This riparian deciduous habitat encourages a nice variety of birds. Yellow-breasted Chat, Belted Kingfisher, White-breasted Nuthatch, Spotted Towhee, American Kestral, Tree Swallow, Yellow Warbler and Swainsons Hawk are just a few we are likely to encounter.

We will follow an easy flat trail through cotton wood trees and along the South Platte River on an approx 2.5 mile loop. Shorts and sandals are not recommended as poison ivy can border the trails in a few locations.

Bring: Binoculars, water, hat, snacks, sun screen

Leader: Natalie Vande Vuss

Location: Meet in the parking lot in front near the buildings. See Map.

Carpooling: If you wish to carpool from Broomfield, please indicate this when you sign up.

The Walk is limited to 12 participants.

There are currently 8 people registered for the Walk.

Contact: Karen to register for the Walk.