Noontime Nature with Kevin Cook
December 3 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
An event every month that begins at 12:00 pm on day First of the month, repeating until December 3, 2019
Wildlife Window Nature Series 2019: Twelve Dozen Things About Colorado
Noontime Nature – first Tuesday from 12-1 pm / Nightime Nature – first Wednesday from 6-7 pm
Stories about Colorado could fill an encyclopedia; details behind those stories could fill an entire library. Important dates, famous people, and iconic landmarks are generally well known; but Colorado both as a place and as a home amounts to much more than just these things. Our mountains far exceed the names and elevations of just the “Fourteeners.” Being the “Mother of Rivers” must mean something. And why do some maps show two sets of boundary lines? Each month this year, “Twelve Dozen Things About Colorado” will present 12 things — things you probably don’t know — that tell the stories of Colorado.
Sept 3 & 4 – Wildlife Diversity: What Lives Here
Oct 1 & 2 – Iconic Natural Landmarks
Nov 5 & 6 – State Symbols
Dec 3 & 4 – 200 Years in an Hour
Registration is not required, but come early for seating.