When: Saturday, August 11, 8am
Where: Mosquito Pass
Cost: FREE!
Registration: Required by August 9 at 5pm

The Front Range Pika Project needs citizen scientists to help track and monitor pika. You will learn about pika, why monitoring pika is important and how to collect solid data on their habitats and locations. The class will involve a fairly strenuous, 1.5 hour hike on Mosquito Pass.

Click here for a printable PDF with this event information.

For more details and to register, contact Kristin Barrett at 719-836-0123 or by email at

Register for the Pika Patrol

Events & Programs


There's always something fun to do at Beaver Ponds.
Here are some upcoming programs and events.

Plant Walks - The 30th of each month
September 30, 10am - 12pm
Contact Eric Chatt for more information at (719) 838-0143

Disaster Preparedness, Response, and Recovery
FREE Emergency Planning Workshop
October 20, 10am - 2pm
RSPV to or call 719.472.3671
Click here for more information!

Plant Walks - The 30th of each month
October 30, 10am - 12pm
Contact Eric Chatt for more information at (719) 838-0143

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