After a busy summer of raising chicks and gorging themselves, our summer residents are off to their wintering grounds. Walk with us as we look for late fall migrants and learn about the harrowing journey our feathered friends must endure to reach greener pastures. This birding walk will be slow paced and focused on observing and learning together.Minimum Participants: 5
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I grew up in the San Francisco bay area (Marin) and took an early interest in birds, fishing, hiking, and the outdoors. I am a NOLS grad (WRW 1977) and am a certified Wilderness 1st Responder. I traveled east to college, pursued a career in investment banking in NYC, and raised a family in CT. I moved to Boulder in 2016. I am an avid birder and volunteered for BPOS last year collecting data on nesting raptors. I am a passionate fly-fisherman and spend much of my free time in the back country..
I'm a New Jersey native. I came out to Colorado for graduate school and fell in love with the mountains. I have always enjoyed the outdoors and have camped, hiked, and backpacked. I am especially drawn to wildlife. I am fascinated with animal behavior in their natural environment and love to watch them in action. I look forward to sharing my passion and knowledge with others. Also, I hope to help them appreciate the beauty, fragility, and interconnectedness of animal and plant life.