The RMRP will join the Poudre River Trail-A-Thon to help inspire your desire to care for our natural world in our backyard. In addition to having educational raptors on display,_- the Trail-A-Thon offers:
- Fun Run
- Bike the Poudre
- Nature Walk
- Climbing Wall
- Chalk Art
- Peek & seek Scavenger Hunt
- Mountain Bike Course
- Bird Watching
- Fishing Fun
The RMRP spring Open House is a fabulous time to meet some live permanently disabled educational raptors. Young and old alike can learn about how we rehabilitate injured birds, do some shopping in our gift shop, and find great photo opportunities.
This event will also feature guest author and naturalist Sue Ring deRosset. She will be selling her small nonfiction book "The Vulture Trees". Proceeds will benefit the Rocky Mountain Raptor Program.
Meet some of the Rocky Mountain Raptor Programs Educational Ambassadors and learn about the mission of the RMRP.
What better way to enjoy camping than to see real live raptors and learn about what makes them awesome! Join us for a one hour presentation at Carter Lake Campground.
Douglas Wyoming is the home of the Jackelope. The RMRP is excited to join this street fair in Downtown Douglas. Come on over to our booth and learn about the raptors that call this area home. The event also hosts a Car Show, Vendors, Live Entertainment, Street Dance, Beer Garden, and lots more! Fun for the whole family - for more information, visit See What Converse Can Do and go to the Events tab. A Douglas Main Street sponsored event.
This annual event continues to delight. Enjoy delicious cherry pie and tasty ice cream while listening to live music and browsing vendor booths. Children’s activities, historical displays, Live raptor display, and a cherry pie contest make this an evening to remember. Sponsored in part by Visit Loveland, Loveland Barricade, Perkins, IScream, and Daz Bog Coffee.
Going to the county fair? The raptors will be there! When you are walking around the fair grounds, look for the RMRP booth! We will have some of our educational ambassadors, team members and volunteers, and lots of information about raptor care, rehabilitation, and release. We will be there from 10am to 4pm on Friday and Saturday and then from 10am to 2pm on Sunday.