Earth Day Action: Live at Lunch Virtual Series - Live Fish Tales with Colorado Parks and Wildlife
Thursday, April 8 | 1 p.m.
Native fish like darters, topminnows, and suckers live in the Poudre River. Join us to watch Colorado Parks and Wildlife showcase live fish and share some cool facts about their life history.
Earth Day Action: Live at Lunch Virtual Series - Important Bird Areas Friday, April 16 | noon
The Poudre River has an "Important Bird Area" designation recognized by the City of Fort Collins. Join Fort Collins Audubon to learn about how the beautiful Poudre River is vital to the birds and other wildlife that depend upon it.
Earth Day Action: Live at Lunch Virtual Series - Birds and Cats Friday, April 30 | noon
Cats are our beloved pets. Fort Collins Audubon shares some tips to keep our fabulous felines AND feathered friends safe and healthy.
Volunteer Naturalist Assistant Training Friday, May 14 - Sunday, May 16
Volunteer Naturalist Assistants (VNA) serve as important aids to Volunteer Naturalists and staff. VNA and Crew Leader training will be combined in 2021. VNAs assist with group management, props, and activities at school programs, trailhead tabling, and one-day volunteer projects. It’s a great way to gain experience in interpretation, natural history, stewardship, and group management.
Nature in the City Biodiversity Monitoring Training Tuesday, May 18 | 5:30 p.m.
Everyone is invited to help gather information about wildlife in Fort Collins as a Community Science Biodiversity Project volunteer this spring and summer. It’s a great way to get outside and enjoy the city’s natural spaces as volunteers will be looking for birds and butterflies.