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.
At Art in the Park Loveland, you will not only see beautiful paintings and ceramics, but beautiful birds as well! Visit the RMRP booth and see the striking and complex beauty of birds of prey up close.
Learn about the raptors in Fort Collins at our local Library.
Join us for a fantastic evening of fun, good food, lively bidding, and helping raptors!
The 27th Annual Fundraising Auction And Gala will be held at the Fort Collins Hilton on Saturday, February 29th, 2020. Tickets will go on sale January 1. Mark you calendars now because you don't want to miss this great event.
Early Bird Tickets - January 1 - January 31
Advanced Sale Tickets - February 1 - February 20th
Table of Ten
Tickets at the Door