This is a limited event. If registration fills, please know that we will also have another event at Fossil Creek Reservoir this month! Please arrive on time--the gate closes right at the program start time and parking is not allowed on the road outside the gate. Pets are not permitted at Bobcat Ridge Natural Area. Because of current restoration efforts, no wandering will be allowed outside of the parking lot area. REGISTRATION REQUIRED. Please bring binoculars if you have them! It will make star viewing easier. For weather updates, visit the NCAS website at NoCoAstro.org. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, masks and physical distancing will be required by any participants and volunteers during this program. No more than 40 people will be present at the program.. Program requirements are subject to change as CDC and County guidelines are updated. Additional instructions will be sent by e-mail to those registered prior to the program. Waivers will be required to be signed either online or in person upon arrival. If you or anyone in your household is experiencing symptoms associated with COVID-19 (cough, difficulty breathing, fever, chills, muscle pain, headache, sore throat, or new loss of taste/smell, etc.) do not attend this program. Visit https://www.larimer.org/health/communicable-disease/coronavirus-covid-19 for more information.Minimum Participants: 5
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City of Fort Collins
Natural Areas Department
Public Engagement Specialist
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I am a Public Engagement Specialist with the City of Fort Collins Natural Areas and I organize community programs, programs by request and interpretive communications like signs and brochures. I'm excited to be back in Fort Collins again after being gone for 15 years. My favorite things to talk about are conservation issues, conservation research and raptors!! The black blur in the profile photo is my cattle dog. She never stops moving!
Our connection to nature is often a deeply personal, spiritual experience. When I trot up a trail, it is about so much more than the physical act of walking. It puts me in a more receptive mindset, I am paying attention to things that are there as much as the things that aren’t. Nature is where I feel at home, where I come to seek clarity, seek guidance, seek thought and yes, seek answers, about the challenges that life throws my way.