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Owl Watch

Jefferson County Open Space Nature and History Programs

Saturday, December 31, 2016 from 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM (MST)

Owl Watch

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Adult Dec 31, 2016 Free  

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Topping off our year long survey of birds at Lair o'the Bear Park, Owl Watch will listen for owls at dusk and early evening.

Weather permitting.

Program Details:

You will meet the naturalist at the east end of the main trailhead/parking lot of Lair o'the Bear Park.

We will pick one or two locations and sit quietly, hoping to hear owls calling. Should be a real Hoot!

Winter clothing is a must! Please wear warm hiking boots or winter shoes. Hats, gloves, scarfs, hand warmers, and even a warm drink are recommended.

It will be dark for most of the program. Please bring a flashlight to help light your way.



Additional Information:
Registration for this program is available one month before the date of the program starting at 9 am.  If you are registering during this time, but space is no longer available, please call Lookout Mountain Nature Center at 720-497-7600 to be placed on a waiting list.

Already registered and need to cancel? Have questions about the program? Please give us a call at 720-497-7600 or e-mail to let us know! You can also click the Contact Lookout Mountain Nature Center link below to send us a message. Please include the program title.

Office hours are 9:00 am to 4:00 pm Tuesday - Sunday, inquiries made after 4 pm may not be answered until the following day. LMNC is closed on Mondays.

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Lair o' the Bear Park
22600 State Highway 74
Idledale, 80453

Saturday, December 31, 2016 from 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM (MST)

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Jefferson County Open Space Nature and History Programs

Discover Jefferson County Open Space through natural and cultural history programs.

Naturalists and educators offer programs at Lookout Mountain Nature Center, Hiwan Museum, and other Jefferson County Open Space parks.

Jefferson County Open Space was founded as a land conservation organization in 1972. Its mission is to preserve land, protect park and natural resources, as well as provide healthy nature-based experiences. Funded with a one-half of one percent sales tax, the agency contributes to city and recreation district projects and manages 44,613 acres, 28 regional parks, and 230 miles of trails in Jefferson County, Colorado.

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