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Flower Connections - to Pollinators and Us

 06/20/2024  |  09:00 AM - 11:30 AM
  Horsetooth Mountain Open Space

Public Program - Mixed Ages

The fascinating relationships between pollinators and flowering plants are diverse, intimate and not so different from ourselves. Join Naturalist Anita to discover the intimate relationships pollinators have with native plants in our region. You'll observe how the pollinators, plants, and animals (including ourselves) benefit from this relationship. This program is best suited for ages 10 yrs and older. We'll hike along Horsetooth Falls Trail (moderate difficulty) about 2 miles. This will be a slow paced hike in order to stop and discuss certain plants and pollinators. You'll meet at the main trailhead for Horsetooth Mountain Open Space on County Road 38E. Carpooling is recommended as parking is limited. Program is free, but registration and parking pass is required. Participants should bring: Sun protection (sunglasses, hat, sunscreen) Wear comfortable hiking/walking shoes (closed-toe recommended) Water Insect repellant Snacks Clothing appropriate for the weather Backpack (to carry it all) Weather dependent.

Minimum Participants: 3
Maximum Participants: 15

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