International Migratory Bird Day 2017 ~ Walk in the Wild at Walden Ponds Wildlife Habitat
About the Event
This year marks the 8th annual Walk in the Wild event in Boulder. All of the proceeds from this event are returned to Boulder County to purchase native flowers, shrubs, and trees that will be planted in Boulder County open spaces.
Want to learn more about birds and have fun in the great outdoors with your family? Join us on Saturday May 20th and celebrate International Migratory Bird Day: Walk in the Wild. Visit education stations, go on a guided bird walk, and meet raptors in the hand. Feeling crafty? Paint a bird for our Flock project. Free food and much more. This event is free, but also serves as a fundraiser for habitat restoration
Date: Saturday May 20th
Time: 9am – 1:30 pm
Location: 75th and Jay Road at Walden Ponds Wildlife Habitat, Boulder, CO
For more information, contact Izzy at [email protected] or call Environment for the Americas at 303-499-1950.
The event is free, but your donation supports habitat restoration for birds and other wildlife in Boulder County. In the past 5 years, your contributions have purchased thousands of dollars in trees, shrubs, and wildflowers that are planted in Boulder County for the benefit of birds and other wildlife.
Receive a free IMBD t-shirt with your donation of $20 or more.
Recap of the 2017 Walk in the Wild
On May 20th, 2017 over 350 people from in and around Boulder joined us for our 8th annual Walk in the Wild at Walden Ponds. We were able to raise over $1,200! Collectively, we have raised $7,200 for bird habitat restoration!
We would also like to thank the Daily Camera, our Education Stations, our Silent Auction donors, our volunteers, and our participants for making this all possible.
Education Station Sponsors