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Greenlee Wildlife Preserve
Wildlife Preserve
Location: 1660 W. Baseline Road
Lafayette, CO 80026
Amenities: Bike Rack, Interpretive Signage, Trail Segments, and Wildlife Viewing Platform
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Hours: 4am-10pm
Contact Phone: 303-661-1306
ADA: Yes
Greenlee Wildlife Preserve

Greenlee Wildlife Preserve is an oasis for avian species, fox, coyote and occasionally deer, and amphibians.  Visit the viewing platform on the south side of the lake.
 
Greenlee Wildlife Preserve was created to:
  • provide sanctuary for wildlife intolerant of the human activity at Waneka Lake
  • protect native plants and vegetation valuable to wildlife
  • be a link in the network of habitat areas used by wildlife moving through the region
  • serve as an environmental education site for schools

Current and Upcoming Events For This Facility

Date Event Title
9/28/2014
1:30 - 3:30 PM. Meet at Waneka East Parking lot
"Celebrating Bird Migration" Waneka Lake & Greenlee Marsh
Come celebrate the wonderful world of bird migration on Sunday, September 28th at 1:30pm. View birds through spotting scopes and binoculars. See a live hawk up close. Through art and a scavenger hunt, learn about migratory birds, marshes and the role birds play in our lives. These and other activities will be featured at "Celebrating Bird Migration" at Lake Waneka & Greenlee Marsh.

Meet naturalist, Martin Ogle at the Waneka East parking lot at 1:30pm on Sunday, Sept. 28th for an afternoon filled with wonder in observing migratory birds. This event is co-sponsored by: Lafayette Open Space, Environment for the Americas (home of International Migratory Bird Day), Birds of Prey Foundation, Project YES and the Parent Engagement Network.

For more information, please contact Martin Ogle: martin@entrepreneurialearth.com

9/28/2014
1:30 - 3:30 PM. Meet at Waneka Lake East Parking lot
"Celebrating Bird Migration" Waneka Lake & Greenlee Marsh
Come celebrate the wonderful world of bird migration on Sunday, September 28th at 1:30pm. View birds through spotting scopes and binoculars. See a live hawk up close. Through art and a scavenger hunt, learn about migratory birds, marshes and the role birds play in our lives. These and other activities will be featured at "Celebrating Bird Migration" at Waneka Lake and Greenlee Marsh.

Meet naturalist, Martin Ogle at the Waneka East parking lot at 1:30pm on Sunday, Sept. 28th for an afternoon filled with wonder in observing migratory birds. This event is co-sponsored by: Lafayette Open Space, Environment for the Americas (home of International Migratory Bird Day), Birds of Prey Foundation, Project YES and the Parent Engagement Network.

For more information, please contact Martin Ogle: martin@entrepreneurialearth.com


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