Trip Registration

As part of your registration, in order to participate in a Denver Field Ornithologists, Inc. (“DFO”) trip or other activities designated by the Board of Directors, each adult participant and the parent of a minor participant (those under 18 yrs. of age) are required to review and sign (either electronically or manually) a DFO Acknowledgment and Assumption of Risks & Release and Indemnity Agreement (sometimes “Agreement”) Completing this document involves your acceptance of binding contract terms. This online registration system allows you to review and electronically sign the Agreement if you do not have one on file. If you would prefer to manually sign a printable version of the Agreement, you may access it here, and present it to the leader before trip start. If you choose this option, please contact your leader to assure you are signed up for the trip.

Please note: Each person, including each family member choosing to sign the Agreement electronically must login and have a separate account so that the agreement is tied to the individual. If you are having difficulty with multiple logins, please contact us for assistance. *Minors: If participant is a minor, the minor’s parent or legal guardian must print out, review and sign a paper copy of the Agreement and present it to the leader before the trip start. Any minor attending must be accompanied by their parent or legal guardian.

Logged in users who have a signed Agreement on file will have the opportunity to print or save it at any time. Click on the link to the printable copy and use your browser functions to save or print.

Meet Your Trip Leader
Bear Creek Greenbelt (Patch Birding Trip)
1/15/2022      8:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Leader: David Suddjian or 831-713-8659
Anne Craig or
Trail Difficulty: Moderate
Meet at the Old Stone House in Bear Creek Greenbelt Park. 2900 S. Estes Lake. From Yale turn south onto Estes.
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This trip is limited to the first 8 registrations.

Explore Bear Creek Greenbelt (Estes to Kipling) with guest guide Anne Craig as she shares her birding patch. Winter possibilities include American Dipper, Brown Creeper, assorted waterfowl and several raptors. Less common birds like Swamp Sparrow, Winter Wren, and Yellow-bellied Sapsucker have been seen in recent winters. Plan for 2-3 miles of walking, some on trails and uneven paths. Binoculars a must; no scope needed. Bring a snack and drink. The only restroom opportunity will be at the beginning and end of the trip. Register online or contact the leader.

This trip is filled and you will be placed on the waiting list when you register
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