March 26, 2018 - 7 PM

Broomfield Community Center, Bronze Room
280 Spader Way, Broomfield, CO 80020 (map)

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"Swan Lake"
Wednesday, March 7, 2018
7 p.m.
Eisenhower Room
Broomfield Library, 3 Community Park Rd.

The recovery of Trumpeter Swans to the Nebraska Sandhills has been a thrilling journey and the result of years of work and passion by individuals, biologists, and agencies. Today, Trumpeters have returned to nest on several lakes named after them 130 years ago. Steve Jones, avid birder and author, will explore the uniqueness of the Sandhills Trumpeter Swans; the wild beauty of their nesting sites; and the tenderness, fidelity, and courage of nesting families.

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Bird Club T-Shirts Available!

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Enjoy watching and learning about wild birds and having fun? Well, we do, too! We are a group of friendly and sharing people who have a passion for wild birds.

Sponsored by the Broomfield Open Space Foundation, the Broomfield Bird Club (BBC) was founded in April 2016 with the basic purpose of providing its members and community members at large with opportunities to learn about wild birds, their habitats and local birding localities. With over 230 species, you won’t be disappointed observing wild birds throughout Broomfield’s reservoirs, ponds, parks and open spaces.

Common Grackle
Walter "Ski" Szymanski
FIELD TRIPS: We welcome birdwatchers of all skill levels, including beginners. We also welcome visitors and guests on all our trips with the following exceptions: (1) BBC members who have made an annual family membership donation will be given first opportunity to participate on "reservations-only" field trips.  (2) Those under the age of 16 must be accompanied by a responsible adult. (3) Except for service dogs, no pets are allowed on our field trips.

Use the links to the right under "NAVIGATE OUR WEBSITE" to find out about our upcoming birding field trips, our favorite online birding resources, information about how our membership works and other items relating to our bird club and bird watching. Also, clicking on any of the four tabs directly under the photograph above of the American White Pelican will take to you to the website shown on the tab.

Should you have any any questions or suggestions on how to improve the Broomfield Bird Club or its website, please feel welcome to contact us at: info@broomfieldbird.club

In the meantime, we look forward to meeting and doing some bird watching with you all!