Help us show the world how biodiverse Boulder County, Colorado is by making as many observations of as many species as possible from April 27-30, 2018!

Any observations of plants, animals, insects, and fungus you find throughout all of Boulder County's urban areas or open space trails will count. Not only will these observations help build up the baseline of Boulder County biodiversity, but it will provide local land managers with the data they need to protect these wild spaces and animals.

65 cities from around the world will compete in this year’s City Nature Challenge to see which city has the most nature. Last year, 4,000 citizen scientists observed 8,500 species and recorded 126,000 observations!

The Wild Boulder team will also host a kick-off event on Friday, April 27th from 4:00-7:00pm at Foothills Community Park. Join us for guided hikes, live music, iNaturalist demos, food trucks, face painting, arts and crafts, and more! More info at:

Until then, upload your wildlife observations to the Boulder County Wildlife Project! More info at:

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