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Rocky Mountain Conservancy — Field Institute

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The Rocky Mountain Conservancy is the official non-profit partner of Rocky Mountain National Park whose mission is to engage people in philanthropy and education of public lands. The Field Institute provides custom and regularly scheduled educational adventures and bus tours for people visiting Rocky Mountain National Park. Topics include: hiking, birding, photography, wildflowers, wildlife, geology, history, astronomy and more! With advanced notice, any offering can be customized for a family or group, and many field classes carry teacher re-licensure credit through Colorado School of Mines and BOCES.

Events

Sep 25, 2018

Elk Expeditions
Sep 7, 2018 - Oct 13, 2018

The fall rut is a spectacular display of elk mating behavior which includes bugling, posturing, and herding. This widely attended and extraordinary event will be available for viewing from the comfort of a 14-passenger bus or 12-passenger...

Elk Expeditions <p>The fall rut is a spectacular display of elk mating behavior which includes bugling, posturing, and herding. This widely attended and extraordinary event will be available for viewing from the comfort of a 14-passenger bus or 12-passenger van staffed by a professional educational guide who will discuss elk ecology, interpret activity and answer questions pertaining to elk.</p> <p>Elk artifacts such as antlers, skulls, and fur will also be available for participants to see and touch.</p> 1895 Fall River Rd. Estes Park, CO America/North_Dakota/Center

Sep 25, 2018

From Elk to Aspen: An Adventure by Bus
Sep 14, 2018 - Oct 13, 2018

As early morning sunlight bounces through golden aspen leaves and elk bugles radiate from open meadows, it is impossible to ignore the magic of fall in the Rockies. Experience these autumnal wonders from the comfort of our 14-passenger bus...

From Elk to Aspen: An Adventure by Bus <p>As early morning sunlight bounces through golden aspen leaves and elk bugles radiate from open meadows, it is impossible to ignore the magic of fall in the Rockies.</p> <p>Experience these autumnal wonders from the comfort of our 14-passenger bus or 12-passenger van as we journey between breath-taking locations within Rocky Mountain National Park. Our naturalist-guide will regale you with tales about plants and animals, wanderers and settlers, and tell you how the survival of Rocky’s current and past inhabitants is shaped by this rugged climate. Spend a morning discovering the intricacies that make Rocky Mountain National Park such an intriguing location.</p> 1895 Fall River Rd. Estes Park, CO America/North_Dakota/Center

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