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.
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Field trips have resumed! Social distancing and masking requirements are in place.
We recently acquired several pairs of binoculars we are now loaning out on our walks. Please let your trip leader know if you need to borrow a pair so we can make appropriate arrangements.
Chico Basin Ranch – Sunday May 23, 7:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. – FULL – Email for wait list
Join us for a visit to Chico Basin Ranch on Saturday May 22 to see which migrants are coming through, and to experience a bird-banding operation. Be prepared to walk up to a mile on rough ground. Chico Basin Ranch is located southeast of Colorado Springs and is one of the most diverse birding sites in Colorado.
Contact: John Drummond at [email protected] to RSVP. Trip is limited to 12 participants.
Meet: at the Hanover Fire Station at 7:30 am. (on the corner of Hanover Rd and Peyton Hwy). We’ll wrap up after lunch around 1:00 pm.
Bring: lunch, water, sunscreen, hiking boots and two-way radios, if you have them. There is a $ 10 entrance fee if you’re not a Chico Bird Club member, and you’ll need to sign an Aiken and a Chico Ranch liability waiver.
Social distancing and masking requirements are in place.
Pueblo’s Arkansas Valley Audubon Society welcomes us on their trips. Check their website for the latest information.