Events » Field Trip » Wildflower Bonanza on Shanahan Ridge

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  • Participants are expected to comply with current government social distancing requirements and precautions. Participants must wear face masks over their mouth and nose throughout the event and must maintain 6 feet distance from other participants who are not members of the same household. Participants are discouraged from carpooling to and from this event with other participants who are not members of the same household.

    Limit 10, RSVP to trip leader to reserve your spot after 6:00 pm on April 26. (Early registration is not accepted).

    Trip Leader: Dave Sutherland, suther@indra.com

    The Shanahan Ridge trails loop through one of the most beautiful parts of Open Space. The pine forests and lush, wet meadows are thick with wildflowers and a haven for wildlife. Join a flower treasure hunt with naturalist Dave Sutherland to seek out blue penstemons, lavender iris, yellow cinquefoils and orange wallflowers – plus butterfly sightings guaranteed at no extra charge! We may also meet some of the cattle grazing the property to control invasive plants and protect the flowers.

    Loaner binoculars are available for participants without binoculars. Please let the trip leader know you want the binoculars with your RSVP.

    Where to meet: We will meet at 1903 Leigh Street in Boulder; free parking is available along neighborhood streets.
  • Date
    5/21/21
    Time
    9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Where
    Boulder Map
  • Host
    Boulder County Audubon
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