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Natural Resources Event Calendar - August 2014

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9:00 AM - "Eager Beavers" Join naturalist Bob at River Bluffs Open Space for a morning dedicated to the beaver. Approximately 1 hour, the program is free but registration is required. For questions, please call Heather at (970) 619-4489.

10:00 AM - Find out who the hermit of Hermit Park was with Derek Fontini at Hermit Park. The Estes Park museum will share with us thier research!

7:00 PM - Dan Overholser is a natural storyteller who will be at Hermit Park. Come hear his heart warming tales!

7:00 PM - "From Sheep to Sweater" Lorraine Perry and her Jacob sheep will teach us about where our sweaters come from.

8:00 PM - "Zoological Discovery Center" Find a spark of passion for wildlife conservation! Our program provide knowledge about animals, nature, and why conservation is important. At Horsetooth South Bay.

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10:00 AM - "Tiny Trekkers" Joins us in a program designed for your 2-5 year old and you. Program will be held at Devil's Backbone Open Space. Program is free- registration is required. For questions please call Heather at (970)619-4489.

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"Nature Notes Club Meeting" Journal, paint, photograph and more! Approximately 3 hours, held every 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month. Contacts Heather at (970) 619-4489 for more information, such as time and location.

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At Mary's Lake Dan Overholser, a natural storyteller will share his heartwarming tales. He weaves a tapestry with thoughts of healing, sadness, and happiness. At times they are simply outrageous!

9:30 AM - "Geology Underfoot at the Devil's Backbone" Gain insights into the geology of this local landmark! Program is free but registration is required. For questions please call Heather at (970) 619-4489.

7:00 PM - "Coyotes" Join Bob Kreycik at Flatiron to talk about these creatures.

7:00 PM - Join Jane and Dan Hess at Hermit Park for our "Bear Aware" program. Learn about how bears and humans share space and how to prevent human-bear conflicts.

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5:30 PM - Parks Advisory Board Meeting: 5:30 - 8:30 p.m. Bison Room, Natural Resources Adminstrative Office 1800 S.C.R. 31, Loveland.

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9:00 AM - "Mountain Wildflowers" Join naturalist Paul at Hermit Park Open Space.

7:00 PM - "Zoological Discovery Center" Find a spark of passion for wildlife conservation! Our program provide knowledge about animals, nature, and why conservation is important. At Flatiron Campgound.

7:00 PM - "Coyotes" Join naturalist Bob at Horsetooth's South Bay.

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"Nature Notes Club Meeting" Journal, paint, photograph and more! Approximately 3 hours, held every 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month. Contacts Heather at (970) 619-4489 for more information, such as time and location.

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7:00 PM - "Eager Beavers" Join Bob Krecik at Carter Lake's Eagle campground to learn about one of natures most prominent architects.

7:00 PM - "From Sheep to Sweater" Lorraine Perry and her Jacob sheep will teach us about where our sweaters come from.

7:00 PM - " Rocky Mountain Essentials." Estes Park East Portal Campground campfire program. Learn about Search and Rescue, what to do if lost and area wildlife.

8:00 PM - Come skygazing at Hermit Park. The Northern Colorado Astronomical Society will be out with telescopes and more for a starry veiw of the night sky.

8:00 PM - "Zoological Discovery Center" Find a spark of passion for wildlife conservation! Our program provide knowledge about animals, nature, and why conservation is important. At Horsetooth South Bay.

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5:00 PM - Open Lands Advisory Board Meeting, 5-8 p.m.: Loveland Public Library, Gertrude Scott Meeting Room. 300 N. Adams Ave.

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7:00 PM - Join Michelle Proulx at Hermit Park to learn the basics of wolf biology, behavior, and ecology. Live ambassador wolves will also be present at this event!

7:00 PM - 'Antlers and Horns" Join Bob Kraycik at Horsetooth's South Bay to learn about the dramatic adaptations of Big Horn Sheep and Elk just in time for the fall rut.

8:00 PM - "Skygazing" Join The Northern Colorado Astronomical Society as they are out with telescopes for a starry veiw. Held at Carter Lake's South Shore campgrounds.

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