Pella Crossing After the Floods
Leader: Phil McNichols
April 23, 2017, rain date, May 14, 2017
Free, reservations: firstname.lastname@example.org
Time: 7 a.m.-9 a.m.
Join Phil, one of Boulder County’s Volunteer Naturalists, to celebrate spring and the emergence of a revitalized Pella Crossing. Pella was severely impacted by the floods of September 2013, and has been closed to the public since then. Boulder County is in the process of rebuilding the ponds and trails, so this group will be amongst the first visitors to witness the return of birds and other wildlife to this impressive parcel of Open Space.
This outing is for all ages and skill levels of birding. Meet at the Pella Crossing parking lot, just south of Hygiene on the east side of 75th Street. Wear comfortable shoes and bring binoculars and scopes if you have them. Boulder County Audubon has binoculars to lend if you need them; tell Phil when you make your reservation.