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Birds of Prey Driving Tour

 01/27/2024  |  09:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  Lagerman Agricultural Preserve  |  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.

General Info
Carlos Lerma
(303) 678-6214

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Leader/Volunteer Info

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Gwendolyn R - Volunteer Naturalist

Volunteer Naturalist class of 2018. I have a particular interest in birds, thanks to my maternal grandmother, but am fascinated by all aspects of the natural world. I also volunteer as a Birds of Special Concern monitor at Boulder Res and previously spent 3 seasons volunteering at the Wild Basin Ranger Station in Rocky Mountain National Park. When not volunteering, I work intermittently as an academic advisor at the University of Colorado Boulder.

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Kathy K - Volunteer Naturalist

I grew up on a farm, working the fields and managing livestock. In college, I was introduced to the Colorado mountains by my husband, and we spent many years camping, hiking, backpacking, and exploring Colorado with friends, neighbors, and family. He encouraged my love of birds, flowers, trees, and native edibles, and I learned that I shared his passion for geology and paleontology. I spent 35 years in engineering and management, including work for the NSF, and remain an avid naturalist.

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Peter G - Volunteer Naturalist

I have lived in Boulder since September 1976 and have birded extensively since then in Boulder County and Colorado. I have twice been president of the Colorado Field Ornithologists, and am currently chairman of the CFO Colorado Bird Records Committee. I spent most of my career at the National Center for Atmospheric Research, where I studied the role of the ocean in climate. I worked extensively on the climate model that is based at NCAR, and used it to make projections of the future climate.

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Vicki B - Volunteer Naturalist