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Meet Your Trip Leader
Red Rocks Park
6:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Nate Bond email@example.com or 402-570-8337
Trip Difficulty: Moderate
Meet at the Trading Post parking lot at Red Rocks Park. From the Hwy 93 (Hog Back Rd that goes from I-70 to Morrison) take the Red Rocks Park Rd and follow signs to Trading Post.
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This trip is limited to the first 8 registrations.
We will meet at the Trading Post trail and start by walking the beautiful loop trail there. Hopefully we will have a nice sampling of typical foothill specialties and maybe even hear a canyon wren singing! It should be a fun time to sample some great birds of the foothills. After that we will sample some other spots nearby as time permits, possible locations include nearby trails via Matthews Winters Park, Morrison City Park, or Bear Creek Lake. Please bring binoculars, snacks, and water. Expect around 3-4 miles of walking on trails. Please note that some of the trails have some continuous uphill sections and uneven rock, but we will be walking at a birding pace.
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