Rocky Mountain Conservancy
Seminars in the Field (RMNP)
The non-profit Rocky Mountain Conservancy supports the research and educational programs of Rocky Mountain National Park and its public land partners, and raises funds for trails and improvement projects within the Park. Field Seminars and Educational Adventures are a great way to learn, and support your Park.
Winter and Spring 2023 Classes: To be announced.
The great variety in past courses included:
- Winter Ecology: A Snowshoeing Trek for Kids & Families
- Coyotes: Song Dogs of the West
- Beginning Watercolor for the Nature Enthusiast
- North with the Spring: Bird Migration
- Hawks in Flight: Birds of Prey
- Tracking Wildlife in Rocky
- Fire in Ecosystems – Friend or Foe?
- Endangered Species of the Rockies
- Orienteering for Beginners
- Birds at Twilight
- Owls of Rocky Mountain National Park
- 100 Years of Environmental Change
- The Surprising World of Lichens
- Estes Valley: History & Historic Sites
- Birding RMNP by Ear
- Hunters of the Wind: Eagles, Hawks and Falcons
- Early Wildflowers
- Butterflies East of the Divide
- Spring Mushrooms and Fungi