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Gobble! Gobble! Wild Turkey Program

 11/04/2023  |  10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  Heil Valley Ranch  |  Registration Required

Natural History - Minimum age 8 with accompanying adult

How fast can a turkey run? Do they fly? Did you know that wild turkeys can be found all over the Front Range, including Heil Valley Ranch? Come learn all about wild turkeys during this program, which includes a short hike, hands-on crafts and play. Suitable for families and kids ages 8 and older.

Minimum Participants: 5
Maximum Participants: 25

Registration is required for this activity.

Boulder County wants to ensure that everyone has equal access to our programs, activities, and services. To request an Americans with Disability Act (ADA) accommodation, please email [email protected], or call 303-441-1386. Submit your request as early as possible, and no later than three business days before the event.

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Carlos Lerma
(303) 678-6214

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Leader/Volunteer Info

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John W - Volunteer Naturalist

I got a BS in Zoology and did graduate work in Wildlife Management, but spent my career in IT as a programmer and network architect. Now that I am retired, I can spend more time enjoying nature. My favorite topics are wildlife, nature photography and astronomy.

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Kenneth M - Volunteer Naturalist

I grew up outside of Tucson, exploring the Sonoran Desert including Baja California (before there were roads there!), climbing in the mountains of southern Arizona, tracking birds and wild animals including black bear, javelina, mountain lions, even following rumors of the return of jaguars in the remote areas of the New Mexico "boot-heel." The plants, animals, geology, weather and cultures of these areas became a life-long fascination.

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Margaret W - Volunteer Naturalist