We're sorry, but this program is over. The last meeting was Saturday, September 18, 2021.
Come catch a glimpse of elk, coyotes, prairie dogs and hawks as they hunt and forage at sunset. Rogers Lake provides a wide open view of these fascinating animals. Experts will explain how our local wildlife live and prosper here. After dusk, we will turn the spotting scopes to the sky and learn where some of the most visible planets and galaxies are.
This FREE event will be held at the Viewing Platform at Rogers Lake County Natural Area where there is ample parking ( https://goo.gl/maps/w54dXzagP8PdUc6j6 ).
Hot cocoa and spotting scopes are provided! Bring warm layers, binoculars, and a fold-up chair. Masks are not required but are encouraged for non-vaccinated individuals. Physical distancing highly encouraged. Event is limited to 30 people; pre-registration is required; all ages are welcome.
Learn more about AWWE, the Arizona Watchable Wildlife Experience, at azwatchwildlife.com .
Contact Jessica Simmons with questions at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Equipment is not provided -- participants must bring their own.
Masks are not required but are encouraged for non-vaccinated individuals.
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Rogers Lake County Natural Area at Rogers Lake County Natural Area