Executive director of Durango Nature Studies. Call 382-9244 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Durango Nature Studies
Saturday was the first day Durango Nature Center was open for the season. The docent on duty emailed me after her shift to say that it had been a good day and said hummingbirds and bees were flitting in and out of the serviceberry bushes.
Her email reminded me of what it is like to spend a day in the rich abundance of the Nature Center.
On April 20, Durango Nature Studies will hold its fourth annual Earth Day 5K and Family Fun Run Celebration at For the Birds. It will begin at 11 a.m.
In honor of our event, and as a way to motivate people to brush off their running shoes, I devote this column to the fastest animal in Colorado – the pronghorn.
Even though we are weathering a few heavy March snows in Durango, spring is definitely in the air. One day it suddenly hits us that the chill is gone.
February is the month where love is in the air.