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Beehive and Garden Tours!

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Join the second annual Tour de Hive to meet beekeepers and see the hives in their yards. Take a tour of the pollinator gardens on CU's campus. Join naturalists from Open Space & Mountain Parks and the WILD Foundation on a polinator hike and learn how to "bee" a citizen scientist!

 

Tour de Hive

Bike, walk, bus or dive and visit several backyard beehives and meet the beekeepers in a fun, self-guided tour in the Chautauqua neighborhood.

Saturday, Sept. 9, 2017
10 a.m. to 2 p.m.  • Free

Download the Tour Map! 

 


Powerful Pollinators!

Take a hike on the wildflower-strewn hills of Marshall Mesa to give thanks for the bees, beetles, butterflies, hummingbirds, moths and flies that do so much work to fill our world with color and good things to eat. Naturalists Dave Sutherland from OSMP and Melanie Hill from the WILD Foundation will share stories about the marvels of pollination, and provide information and basic training in the Wild Boulder citizen science program on iNaturalist so you can photographically document pollination in your own back yard and contribute to the program’s digital wildlife catalog. Bring a camera or cell phone if you have one– close up lens encouraged. 

Join the iNaturalsit project here. You can download the free app to your phone, and begin posting wildlife observations on the Boulder County Wildlife project. Or upload your wildlife photos from a camera and help build a dataset of Boulder's wildlife to help scientists. 

Sunday, Sept. 17, 2017

10:30 a.m. – 12:30 pm

Meet at Marshall Mesa trailhead.   


CU pollinator garden

Pollinator Gardens on Campus - CANCELED

Please check back next year for this event.

 

 

 

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