Near Lyons. Location provided when registered. The foothills are a great place to view spring wildflowers! This ecosystem rising from the plains is home to Easter daisies, Nuttall’s violets, Pasque flowers, spring beauties, cacti, and more. Join volunteer naturalists for a moderate 2-mile hike that will take you from grassland to ponderosa pine and mountain mahogany shrubland in search of early bloomers. Canceled due to COVID-19Maximum Participants: 25
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I moved to Boulder in 2015 and have been a volunteer naturalist ever since. Prior to living in Boulder I lived on Sanibel Island where I was a volunteer naturalist for both the NWR and the Conservation Foundation. My profession was as a middle school science teacher.
VN Class of 2009 I find nature to be endlessly fascinating and love sharing my knowledge and leading interpretive hikes where I hope to inspire others in appreciation and stewardship of our precious wildlife and wild lands. In 1975 I moved to Boulder and learned about the flora and fauna of the area and hiked the Flatirons to the Divide. During 20 years on Kauai, HI , I volunteered at a Wildlife Refuge and Botanic Garden. Back to my beloved Colorado and sharing my passion for nature again!