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Hikes for Seniors – Nature's Nursery: Calving Cows and Life Cycles of the Ungulates Profile Photo

Hikes for Seniors – Nature's Nursery: Calving Cows and Life Cycles of the Ungulates

 04/24/2024  |  01:00 PM - 03:00 PM
  Mud Lake  |  Registration Required

Natural History - Seniors

Easy/Moderate Hike. Join us on a wondrous journey into the heart of spring, where nature unfolds its most intimate and powerful chapter: the miracle of life. Step into the secret world of newborn fawns and calves and learn about the tender bond between mothers and their wobbly-legged offspring.

Minimum Participants: 5
Maximum Participants: 25

Registration is required for this activity.

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Carlos Lerma
(303) 678-6214

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Mary C - Volunteer Naturalist

In our busy working lives so many people lose contact with nature and its healing ways. I hope to inspire people of all ages to experience nature in a healthy and therapeutic way, to reduce their anxiety and form a bond with the outdoor world, to gain strength by learning from nature.

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Sally T - Volunteer Naturalist

Growing up in New England, I spent my childhood outdoors exploring beaches and waters to discover new creatures and investigate whatever washed ashore. In the woods, I enjoyed hiking, climbing and exploring what lay beneath the leaves. As an adult, I lived along Lake Ontario and in the Midwest becoming acquainted with new varieties of flora and fauna. I moved to Colorado 13 years ago and enjoy hiking, biking, skiing, and learning about the wildlife with whom we share our open space.