Volunteers from Northern Colorado Astronomical Society will be available with large telescopes and lots of information about the night sky. Dress for cold temperatures. You are welcome to bring blankets and chairs. Heated restroom available. Visit http://nocoastro.org/ for updates. NOTE: Do NOT use Google Maps or Map Quest. The entrance to Fossil Creek Reservoir Natural Area is on Carpenter Road/ CR 32, approximately one mile west of I-25, or two miles east of Timberline on the north side of Carpenter Road.
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Thank you Fort Collins and Larimer County voters! Your support of citizen-initiated sales taxes makes land conservation and educational activities like this possible.
City of Fort Collins
Natural Areas Department
Public Engagement Specialist
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I hike, snowshoe, go birding, cross-country ski, bicycle, etc.and have been doing so for the 43 years that I have lived in Ft.Collins as ways to immerse myself in the natural beauty that surrounds us in the prairies, foothills, mountains, dark skies, rivers, etc. I enjoy capturing the beauty through my love of photography. I had the opportunity to serve on FTCCity Council when the Natural Areas program was evolving.So thankful that we continue to support funding for it!!
Hello Volunteers! My name is Tyler Eisenhand, I was recently hired on to the Natural Areas Education Team as their Education specialist. I am a recent graduate from CSU with a degree in Human Dimensions of Natural Resources. I have a passion for working with youth and others to connect people to the outdoors.