Events / Filoha Evening Walk - Sept. 20

Filoha Evening Walk: Elk & Bighorn Sheep

Take a rare, autumn, sunset walk to enjoy the unique and beautiful Filoha Meadows before its seasonal closure. Thermal hot springs, bighorn sheep, important elk habitat, a local bat population, healthy riparian habitat, and beaver ponds are only a few of Filoha’s distinctive attributes.  John Groves, District Wildlife Ranger with Colorado Parks & Wildlife, will discuss elk and big horn sheep natural history, and the importance of Filoha Meadows for calving, habitat, and food.  Bring binoculars (or a spotting scope) and a camera as we enjoy fall at Filoha.

Please dress appropriately as the program will happen rain or shine.

Please also wear closed toed shoes as there is walking on uneven terrain/off-trail. 

Please call (970) 927-1290 with questions.

 


Wednesday, September 20, 2017
4:30-6:30pm
Filoha Meadows Open Space, near Redstone 
Cost: This FREE program is brought to you by Pitkin County Open Space & Trails and Colorado Parks & Wildlife.

REGISTRATION is required and opens August 30, 2017.

Contact Us

Roaring Fork Conservancy
PO Box 3349
Basalt, CO 81621
(970) 927-1290
info@roaringfork.org

PHYSICAL ADDRESS:
200 Basalt Center Circle, Suite 120, Basalt, CO 81621

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