Hummingbirds, Hummingbird Moths, and other Botanic Park Creatures.
September 3, 2021 @ 3:15 pm – 4:15 pm
*Hummingbirds, Hummingbird Moths, and other Botanic Park Creatures led by Ted Floyd (editor of Birding Magazine) and Andrew Floyd. A six-acre gem of ponds, berms, and over 40 gardens. It is one of the jewels of Northwest Colorado and one of the few botanic parks in the state. The Botanic Park sits at 6,800 feet above sea level, but through the use of designed microclimates it supports both alpine plants and desert plants found in the Yampa Valley. Meet at the Trillium House within the Botanic Park. Allow for a 10-minute walk from the Botanic Park parking lot to reach Trillium House, the start of the walk. Expect to find hummingbird moths, hummingbirds, and other fall migrants. This walk is appropriate for all ages. Walks are restricted to 15 people. **Advance registration and non-refundable fee required.* Click here for details and to make a reservation.