FCAS Audubon is sponsoring limited Hikes in Fall 2021!
ALL upcoming meetings, hikes and events have been re-imagined for 2021.
Saturday, September 18
Dixon Reservoir/Pineridge Natural Area.
Leader: Sirena Brownlee.
Pineridge is a gem for resident foothills species and while many songbird species have already left the state there should still be some migrating warblers and other species around the reservoir. Meet at 8:30 AM at the parking lot for Maxwell Natural Area for a 2 mile hike along the trails.
Number of participants is limited so sign up now.
The Fort Collins Audubon Society is an amazing local resource of bird and nature lovers that have a monthly calendar of bird hikes and other events. We would invite anyone interested in getting out into nature and learning more about the birds that are in the area, to join the FCAS on these hikes and support them as members.
Please Check Back Here for the October Program
Field Trips Cancelled for the Foreseeable Future
The mission of the FCAS is to promote the appreciation, conservation, and restoration of ecosystems. Foremost, in that mission is education. The educational events that we participate in throughout the year cannot take place without the time and expertise of the chapter members.
Thank you for your patience and support. We want to hear from you about any concerns, and encourage you to both practice social distancing and to spend time in nature to relieve stress and anxiety. For field trip ideas on your own, we recommend you go to our Field Trip page and toggle the calendar to earlier dates and check our local birding list http://www.fortcollinsaudubon.org/pages/localbirding.html. Some of my favorite fall birding locations you can try on your own include Tinmath Reservoir, Bobcat Ridge Natural Area, Fossil Creek Reservoir, Douglas Reservoir, McMurry Natural Area, and the Environmental Learning Center.