Be sure to see the “Go Birding” page for information on meeting locations, what to bring, and other helpful hints.

Cancellation policy: Field trip leaders will make the decision and notify participants. We will also post the decision on this page.

Be sure to scroll all the way down to see field trips offered by other organizations!

Field trips have resumed! Social distancing and masking requirements are in place.

Late Winter/Early Spring Birding Trip to Fountain Creek Nature Center: Wednesday, March 31 – 7:30 a.m. 

Join David Tonnessen for a relaxed Wednesday morning, March 31st as we explore the paved trails that carve through ponds, marshes, and along the Fountain Creek at this park south of Colorado Springs. We will be looking for waterfowl, sparrows, and any early migration action we can find from swallows and raptors. We will meet at the nature center parking lot at 7:30 am, and come prepared with snacks, water, warm clothes and face masks.

Would you like to lead a field trip? No experience necessary, just enthusiasm and a friendly attitude. Contact Heidi Eaton, [email protected], for more information on volunteering to lead a trip for Aiken Audubon.

More Options

The Mile High Bug Club also hosts numerous field trips and cordially invites Audubon folks to join them. For information, visit their Facebook page, or contact Eric Eaton at [email protected].

Pueblo’s Arkansas Valley Audubon Society welcomes us on their trips. Check their website for the latest information.

Denver Field Ornithologists also sponsors many field trips each month. Check the right-hand bar on their website’s home page for a month-by-month listing.