Discover Aurora's true nature. You can experience it today or any day of the year with a visit to an Aurora park, natural area or trail. We invite you to visit our award-winning nature centers, attend an engaging program or presentation, or learn about our meaningful Volunteer Steward program. We offer Community Programs for schools and Scout groups. You can also request a Naturalist come talk to your local club, homeowners or civic group about Aurora's natural resources or wildlife education by calling 303-326-8445.
Volunteer Steward Open House • Saturday, Feb. 27, 2016 10-11 a.m. at Morrison Nature Center, 16002 E. Smith Road
Are you curious about Aurora's Volunteer Steward Program? Join us for this recruiting event and you'll discover how volunteers provide essential support for Aurora's true nature through trail patrols, steward work projects, resource monitoring, event staffing, educational programs and more. Please RSVP by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or call 303-326-8445. Free; ages 18 and older.
Find out more and apply to be a Volunteer Steward.
Feeding Wildlife Hurts the Animals You Love!
Intentional and unintentional wildlife feeding harms animals in ways you may not perceive. Food does not equal love for a wild animal! Feeding wildlife can degrade habitat, water quality and quality of life for not only the animals being fed but also for citizens negatively affected by nuisance behavior caused by fed wildlife. You can do your part to end the problem!
We know you love wildlife, but feeding wildlife only hurts the animals you love.
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Questions about Wildlife?
Learn practical tips for peacefully co-existing with local wildlife on our Living with Wildlife webpage. To report wildlife interactions, call the Ranger hotline at 303-326-8435.
Subscribe now to the quarterly Nature Program Brochure Coyote Call
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Learn how to coexist with one of Aurora's wild neighbors- Watch our How to Haze a Coyote Video