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Hummingbird drinking from salvia

Habitat Hero

Ann Grant, Wildscape Ambassador and Native Plant Master will demonstrate the importance of restoring our communities one garden patch at a time. From a birds-eye view, learn how to create wildlife-friendly gardens that help combat the loss of open spaces and create green corridors that link your wildscape to larger natural areas by providing habitat for wildlife. Audubon of the Rockies and the Colorado Native Plant Society sponsor this program.

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Butterfly on milkweed

Butterfly Pavilion and Birthday Bash

Monarchs, Morning Cloaks, Swallow Tails and Painted Ladies, oh my! Explore our live Butterfly Pavilion, feed the butterflies, sit and read, enjoy and learn about nature’s pollinators. Enter the Butterfly drawing or painting contest. Enter a raffle to win the 2017 plant of the year, Asclepias Tuberosa! This event is free for all! Also joining us: On 11am – 2pm Saturday, June 3rd, Beth Conrey owner of Bee Squared Apiaries in Berthoud, CO will be on site with an informational table about pollinators, hive set-ups & placements. Saturday and Sunday, June 3-4, The Drake Parlor Entertainment and Ice Cream will be here selling delicious frozen treats from their yellow ice cream taxi! A big thank you to Outpost Sunsport helping us sponsor this fun and educational experience!

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Habitat Hero

With Ann Grant, Wildscape Ambassador representing Audubon Rockies and Colorado Native Plant Society who will demonstrate the importance of restoring our communities, one garden patch at a time. From a birds-eye view, learn how and why to create wildlife-friendly gardens that help combat the loss of open spaces and create green corridors that link your wildscape to larger natural areas by providing habitat for wildlife. This event is free, but due to limited space registration is required. Please RSVP below or email [email protected]

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Worm Farm in hands

Build a Worm Farm for Earth Day

Do your kids love worms? What about dirt? This might just be the class for them! Join us Saturday, April 22nd at 10am and build a worm farm with us! Worm Farms let kids of all ages enjoy observing worms as they go about their amazing daily business. This is not only a great opportunity to learn more about a worm’s importance in our ecosystem but you will get to take home a window into the wonderful World of Worms, a world that is usually hidden in the secret depths of the underground! Tickets only $10 each, parent supervision required for children under 10.

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