Eagle Watches now through Feb. 15
Bald eagles from the north make Fort Collins their winter home. They spend nights in communal roosts in cottonwood trees at Fossil Creek Reservoir Natural Area. Drop-in to visit with the volunteer Master Naturalists who are stationed at the viewing pier. They will explain the eagles’ natural history and help visitors view them through spotting scopes and binoculars.
Fridays and Saturday afternoons, now -February 15. Free, no registration required but you can sign up for a reminder and updates. Eagle Watches can be CANCELED due to cold temperatures or snow, cancellations are posted here and emailed to all registered participants.
Volunteers from Northern Colorado Astronomical Society will be at Fossil Creek Reservoir Natural Area 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. Free, no registration required but you can sign up for a reminder and updates.
Friday, February 28, 2020 | 7:00 PM | Fossil Creek Reservoir Natural Area
Poudre Forum: Quality Collaborations, Coming Together to Ensure Clean Water for a Healthy Working River
Friday, Feb. 28, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. at Loveland Embassy Suites, $60 with discounts and scholarships available.
The Poudre River Forum
, brings together those who farm, deliver clean potable water, drink beer, recreate, and advocate for river health to learn from one another and to explore how we can move from conflict to collaboration. You are invited to engage with other Poudre River enthusiasts, take in over 30 educational displays, and help honor the 2020 Poudre Pioneer awardee!
This year’s topics:
- Historical water quality perspectives
- Water quality controls and tradeoffs
- Ecosystem impacts on water quality
- Municipal, agricultural, and environmental perspectives on water quality