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Nature Detectives in the Field: Awe-ssss-some Bull Snakes!

 Friday, September 8, 2017  |  10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
  Ron Stewart Preserve at Rabbit Mountain  |  Registration Required

Natural History - 3-7 years

One of the largest snakes in Colorado, non-venomous bull snakes have an important place in the ecosystem and are interesting animals. Bring your 3-8 year-olds to explore the world of bull snakes through activities, exploration, and stories. Location will be provided to registered participants.

Maximum Participants: 40

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Registration is required for this activity.

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Deborah Price
(303) 678-6215

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Volunteer Info

Deborah P - Volunteer Naturalist

I am the Education Liaison with Boulder County Parks and Open Space. I love presenting programs for students, families, and adults. My favorite topics are wildlife and astronomy!


Katherine Y - Volunteer Naturalist

Before becoming a Boulder County Parks and Open Space Volunteer Naturalist in 1998, I worked as an elementary school librarian. I am an author of the Nature Detectives insert in IMAGES quarterly magazine. Through Nature Detectives I hope to reach readers of all ages to heighten curiosity and promote exploration of our wonderful Parks and Open Spaces. I hope the articles and our Nature Detectives in the Field programs encourage kids to connect with our amazing natural world their entire life.


Roger M - Volunteer Naturalist

I got hooked on being in nature as a kid wandering the palmetto scrub and backwaters of west coast Florida in search of critters and fossils. Though a third-generation geologist, I’ve never earned a dime with my geology degree. For 3 years as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Ghana, I taught secondary school geology, chemistry, math, and general science. A second degree in graphic design led to a career in technical and scientific illustration. I have been volunteering as a naturalist since 1976.


Roylene M - Volunteer Naturalist


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