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Birds of Prey Driving Tour

 01/06/2024  |  09:00 AM - 12:00 PM
 |  Registration Required

Natural History - All Ages Welcome

Hop in your car with friends and family and join us for a driving tour of some of Boulder County’s best areas to view birds of prey. Follow the tour map to designated stops with volunteer naturalist and search the skies for raptors, learn about their habitat and behavior, and work on your observation and identification skills.

Minimum Participants: 5
Maximum Participants: 10

Registration is required for this activity.

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Carlos Lerma
(303) 678-6214

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Carlos L - Volunteer Naturalist

I’m a Boulder native with family roots in Mexico. I grew up spending summers on my grandfather’s farm in Chihuahua and was fortunate enough to be exposed to the natural resources of Colorado through school trips and summer camps as a teen. All of these experiences helped foster an appreciation and love for the outdoors in me. I love to hike, camp, fish and birdwatch, and most importantly, I like doing those things with people who haven’t or don’t do them often.


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Paul S - Volunteer Naturalist


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Rob D - Volunteer Naturalist

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.


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suzanne m - Volunteer Naturalist


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Viki L - Volunteer Naturalist

Educated in natural sciences, MS in geology. I worked for the USGS as a field geologist in Mineral Resources for 10 years before stepping back to raise my children. Later I worked in the schools as a para-educator working with gifted kids, special ed, and resource support in high school supporting math and science classes. Now in retirement I volunteer as a raptor nest monitor, burrowing owl monitor and volunteer naturalist for Boulder County as well as with CPW and BCNA.


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