Weekend Raptor Talks at the Raptor Center

Open Dates
Raptor Center
The resident raptors of NWDC welcome you to take a peek inside their lives. Join our staff for an informative talk on these majestic animals and their marvelous adaptations. Featuring live hawks, owls, falcons and vultures. Every Saturday and Sunday at 11:30am $5 day pass fee required for all Raptor Center programs. […]

Secure a spot in Earthkeeper Nature Preschool!

Open Dates
Word is spreading about this Nature Preschool that begins on August 13, 2018. If you want to be sure your child has a spot, please preregister. We will then send you the enrollment packet, which will need to be filled out and returned to us. For more information on Earthkeeper Nature Preschool, click here!  

Autumn Equinox Drum Circle

September 21, 2018
Mountain Park Campus- Fire Circle
Come join us at our Mountain Park Campus as we acknowledge the halfway point between the summer and winter solstices drumming around our fire circle

Autumn Equinox Hike

With Ranger Henry

September 22, 2018
Mountain Park Campus
Acknowledge the arrival of fall on this hike in Colorado's lovely southern foothills. Hike Difficulty: Moderate For those in fairly good hiking condition. Trails are generally in good condition. Mileage (2-3) Moderate elevation gain. Check the weather and dress accordingly. […]

Nature Toddlers, October

With Dave Van Manen

October 15, 2018
Pueblo Mountain Park in Beulah
Nature Toddlers is a delightful, outdoor-based program that takes place among the pine trees of the Mountain Park in Beulah. Yoga, music and singing, exploration and discovery, a gentle hike, and lots of fun make up this program designed specifically for little ones.  Be prepared to be outdoors.  

Project Learning Tree Community Workshop

November 3 - 4, 2018
Nature & Wildlife Discovery Center
Project Learning Tree Community Workshop What is PLT? Project Learning Tree is an international program that uses the forest and plants as a "window on the world" to increase students' understanding of our complex environment; to stimulate critical and creative thinking; to develop the ability to make informed decisions on environmental issues; and to instill the confidence and  commitment to take responsible action on behalf of the environment.   WHO: Preschool, elementary teachers and principals, providers of informal education (Nature Centers, zoos, museums, parents, grandparents, guardian(s), Boys and Girls clubs) WHAT:  Activity-oriented workshop with FREE PLT materials you will take…