June: Migratory Bird iNaturalist Challenge!

The Wild Boulder citizen science project is celebrating June with a Migratory Bird Challenge. Join the fun! Post your migratory bird observations to assist open space experts in tracking these species as they move through Boulder County.

*** Download our migratory bird scavenger hunt and see how many you can spot!

Did you know: 
Many of our migrants fly as far south as Central and South American jungles for the winter? When we see them at our feeders in Boulder, stop to think that a month ago they were dodging boa constrictors in the tropical rainforest. 

Posted on May 27, 2017 10:52 AM by dsutherland dsutherland | 0 comments | Leave a comment
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Many species of wildlife share space with us in Boulder County, including mammals, birds, insects, spiders, reptiles, and amphibians. If you have an interesting sighting, we’d love to know about it.

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