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Boulder County

5/24/2019      6:30 AM - 1:30 PM
Leader(s): John Malenich   303-359-9456 cell

Trail Difficulty: Moderate

Directions
Meet at the northwest corner of the parking lot of the King Soopers at 1650 30th St., Boulder. From US 36 West (also 28th St.): turn right on Arapahoe Rd. (2nd traffic light after highway ends), travel east on Arapahoe Rd. to 30th St. King Soopers is in the Sunrise Shopping Center on the NE corner of 30th and Arapahoe. OR From Northbound CO-93 (also Broadway): Turn right (east) on Baseline Rd.; turn left (north) on 30th St. Turn Right into King Soopers immediately after the intersection with Arapahoe.

About the Trip
This trip is limited to the first 10 registrations.

We will visit a few locations in Boulder, and possibly Lyons, targeting spring migrants and rare birds. Possible locations include: CU East Campus/Boulder Creek & Skunk Creek Confluence, Old S. St. Vrain Rd. in Lyons, Green Mountain Cemetery, Walden Ponds, or the Skunk Creek Trail. Plan for a several miles of walking on paved or dirt trails, with possibly a few moderate uphill stretches. Bring water, lunch, & sunscreen. Scopes may be handy, but not necessary. Register online or contact leader. If your plans change and you are unable to attend the trip after registering, please promptly cancel on the DFO website (or contact leader  (303) 359-9456) so that others may join the trip.


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