See birds migrate at Ridgway State Park

Licensed bird-bander Amber Carver holds a freshly banded white-crowned sparrow. A public bird-banding oportunity is being offered Sept. 15 at Ridgway State Park.



Birds migrate, but birders head to Ridgway State Park.

The fall migration is on, and the Rocky Mountain Bird Observatory and Black Canyon Audubon Society are offering a free public bird-banding Sept. 15 at the park.

Watch and learn and participate in the special guided bird walk that morning.

No experience needed, just bring your sense of adventure.

WHAT: Free public bird-banding and guided bird walk

WHEN: Sept. 15, bird banding 7:30-11 a.m.; bird walk 7:30-9 a.m.

WHERE: Ridgway State Park at the Dallas Creek confluence.

HOW: All vehicles must display a state parks pass. Information: 970-626-5822.


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