The moon has many stories to tell. Come and learn about the beauty that lights up our night skies, the phases, eclipses, origin stories and legends. Listen to the stories and interpretation of its presence from then and now and observe the full moon from the peaceful stillness of open space after dark. Please bring a flashlight or headlamp.Maximum Participants: 20
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I have had a life-long love of science, teaching, and the outdoors, so I'm very happy to serve as a Volunteer Naturalist. Geology and geophysics were my first fields of study. My working career included software development, leading a small educational nonprofit, and teaching high school science and computer science. I served as a Boy Scout leader and robotics coach, and hiked the Appalachian Trail from Georgia to Maine. In 2019 my wife and I retired and moved from Ann Arbor to Longmont.
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 have been enjoying Boulder County Open Space for over thirty years, and I am excited share my sense of awe for this wonderful environment. As as an elementary teacher in the public schools, I had the opportunity to instruct on Colorado Life zones and lead children on field trips. My love of hiking and biking our beautiful trails led to many years of volunteering as a trail crew member and leader. I would love to foster this feeling of stewardship in others.