Audubon Nature Center at Chatfield State Park
11280 S. Waterton Rd, Littleton CO 80125
From C-470, South on Wadsworth Blvd, just North of Waterton Canyon and the town of Roxborough
100 Years for Birds — Featuring Nature’s Educators
Sunday August 28, 10 am to 12 pm
Join the Audubon Society of Greater Denver to celebrate 100 Years for Birds! Three of the raptor ambassadors from Nature’s Educators will be present, including the only osprey used for educational outreach in the state of Colorado. August 16th marks the Centennial anniversary of the Migratory Bird Treaty signed between the United States and Great Britain in the year 1916 – this historic piece of legislation has protected many bird species in the United States from extinction!
Meeting Place: Audubon Center at Chatfield, 11280 S. Waterton Rd., Littleton, CO 80125
Leader: Kate Hogan, Community Outreach Coordinator and Audubon
Registration Required (http://www.denveraudubon.org/programs/100yearsregistration/). Adult members $8; Adult non-members $11; kids/teen members (ages 8-18) $5; kids/teen non-members $8.
Nocturnal Wildlife Hike — Bats, Beavers and More!
Friday September 16 (6:30 to 8:30 pm), – Owls of Chatfield, Register Online
Friday October 7 (6:30 to 8:30 pm) – Raccoon Rascals, Register Online
Friday October 21 (6:30 to 8:30 pm) – Animals of All Hallows Eve, Register Online
Join us for this ever popular program in search of bats, beavers, owls, and more. Listen for coyote calls, check out the bat houses around the ponds, and see if the beaver are making progress on their South Platte River dam.
Meeting Place: Audubon Center at Chatfield, 11280 S. Waterton Rd, Littleton, CO 80125
Registration required. Members $8; Adult non-members $11; kids/teen members, $5; kids/teen non-members $8.
HOOTenanny:The Only Owl & Bluegrass Festival in Colorado!
Saturday, September 24, 2016
WHOOOO flies in the night skies at the Audubon Nature Center? Join us for live owl demonstrations from Wild Wings Environmental Education, local bluegrass music from Coal Town Reunion, owl crafts and activities, owl pellet dissections, an owl gift shop, good eats from the Chibby Wibbitz food truck, and so much more!
Partner Organizations Include: Lookout Mountain Nature Center, Bird Conservancy of the Rockies, Colorado Avian Research and Rehabilitation Institute, Roxborough Arts Council, and the Roxborough Branch of Douglas County Libraries
The perfect unique family event for the Colorado autumn!
TICKETS ARE ON SALE NOW: http://www.denveraudubon.org/programs/hootenanny2016registration/
ASGD SPECIAL MEMBER DISCOUNT: $8 per teen/adult and $5 per child (3 to 12 years)
GENERAL ADMISSION: $10 per teen/adult and $8 per child (3 to 12 years) for non-members
THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS:
Whole Foods Governor’s Ranch and Whole Foods Highlands Ranch
Adoption Day with Audubon and the Humane Society of the South Platte Valley
Saturday October 8, 11am–2 pm
Are you in search of a new furry companion? The Audubon Society is excited to be hosting the mobile adoption unit of the Humane Society at our Audubon Nature Center. Come see what critters are up for adoption, as well as learning about the importance of keeping cats indoors to help protect wild birds and information on the Chatfield State Park DOLA (Dog-off Leash Area). Already have the perfect pooch? Leash them up and bring them down for a beautiful, enriching fall walk around the Nature Center ponds.
Meeting Place: Audubon Nature Center at Chatfield (11280 S. Waterton Rd, Littleton, CO 80125)
Leader: Kate Hogan, Community Outreach Coordinator
Registration not required: Free public event
Walk the Wetlands
First Sunday of Every Month
November to March at 9am
April to October at 8am
Walk along the South Platte River exploring ponds and habitats for resident and migrant birds as the season dictates. We always have a surprise! This is a great opportunity to learn about the birds of the Denver area. Bring binoculars, field guides, water and a snack (a scope if you have one); We can lend you binoculars and field guides if you don’t have them
**You may now download the Chatfield Bird List to carry with and record your birds for the day.**
Activity level: Some of the trails are narrow and moderately steep for a few feet. Elevation 5430 ft.
Leaders: Karen von Saltza, Mary Keithler and Audubon Master Birders
Meeting Place: Parking lot at the Audubon Center at Chatfield. The Audubon Center is located on Waterton Road, 4.4 miles south of C-470 and Wadsworth.
Registration NOT required. Donations to ASGD appreciated.
On Your Own
Visit the Audubon Center at Chatfied on your own for hiking, bird and wildlife watching, and to stroll the native gardens surrounding the buildings.
Scout Programs and School Field Trips
Bring your Scouts or students on a field trip where our Naturalists share information about Chatfield area wildlife and habitats.
Choose a group program and schedule your adventure today!
Summer Camp Programs
Spend a week exploring nature and wildlife at the Audubon Center. Camps are run by experienced summer program partners and taught by passionate naturalists. Find more details on summer programs and Audubon camp partner contact information and register today!