Want to learn about how to identify different skulls? Many interesting and unusual relationships between animals are revealed by their skulls. Skulls also give clues about how the animal is adapted for survival in its environment and indicate how these adaptations may have led to the evolution of different species. When investigating skulls more closely, it becomes clear how skulls are used for mammal classification. Come and learn all about skull identification! You must register for this class through the city of Westminster's Activity Registration Webpage.
Ages 8-14. Class is free! Limited to 10 spaces.
When & Where
Standley Lake Regional Park
Standley Lake Regional Park is a 3,000- acre park located in unincorporated Jefferson County. The main entrance is located at 100th Avenue and Simms Street. The water rights for Standley Lake Reservoir are owned by FRICO (Farmers Reservoir and Irrigation Company) and the surface recreation rights have been leased to the City of Westminster for use as a recreation area since 1970. There is an Intergovernment Agreement (IGA), which governs the water use and is managed by the Standley Lake Operations Committee (SLOC). The members of the SLOC committee are comprised of officials from the City of Westminster, the City of Northglenn, the City of Thornton, Jefferson County and FRICO.