Join volunteer naturalists for a driving tour to view birds of prey. We will carpool from our meeting place to learn about habitat and work on identification skills. Bring lunch, water, binoculars, a spotting scope, and field guide if you have them. Tour is geared for adults and older children.Maximum Participants: 14
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Volunteer Naturalist class of 2018. I have a particular interest in birds, thanks to my maternal grandmother, but am fascinated by all aspects of the natural world. I also volunteer as a Birds of Special Concern monitor at Boulder Res and previously spent 3 seasons volunteering at the Wild Basin Ranger Station in Rocky Mountain National Park. When not volunteering, I work intermittently as an academic advisor at the University of Colorado Boulder.
I have lived in Boulder since September 1976 and have birded extensively since then in Boulder County and Colorado. I have twice been president of the Colorado Field Ornithologists, and am currently chairman of the CFO Colorado Bird Records Committee. I spent most of my career at the National Center for Atmospheric Research, where I studied the role of the ocean in climate. I worked extensively on the climate model that is based at NCAR, and used it to make projections of the future climate.