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Where Would We BEE Without Pollinators?

 06/21/2024  |  06:00 PM - 08:00 PM
  Heil Valley Ranch  |  Registration Required

Natural History - All Ages Welcome

Join us as we explore the central role that pollinating insects and their habitats play in functioning ecosystems. We’ll hike along the creek and trees at Heil Valley Ranch, and gain a better understanding of how pollinators are central to the lives of humans and other wildlife from songbirds to bears.

Minimum Participants: 5
Maximum Participants: 25

Registration is required for this activity.

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Carlos Lerma
(303) 678-6214

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Dona A - Volunteer Naturalist

My childhood memories are endless joyful hours playing amidst miles of orange and avocado groves in Orange County CA. Summer camps and wilderness training in the Sierra and Rocky Mountains fostered an intense curiosity of nature’s many-layered secrets through self-reflection, learning, and the sharing of those secrets with others. After too many years working in Silicon Valley tech I have emerged to celebrate the natural world in Boulder County. Come celebrate with me!

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Sharlene M - Volunteer Naturalist

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Tim L - Volunteer Naturalist

I grew up in northwestern Ohio. My favorite place was always outside. I have an undergraduate degree in Biology. Living in Colorado has been a great gift, and I need to give back to the community in appreciation for all I have received and experienced. Becoming a volunteer naturalist is the perfect way to meet that need. It combines my curiosity about the natural world, my love for the outdoors, and the opportunity to provide service to those who also call Boulder County home.