Millions of years ago, they stalked the earth! Drop by the Chautauqua Ranger Cottage between 10 am and 2 pm to see and touch fossils that tell the stories of Boulder’s prehistoric creatures. Help assemble a life-sized replica of a duck-billed Edmontosaurus skeleton! Feel a real dinosaur track, and a tooth from the awesome T. rex, and visit with naturalists who will show you pictures of what Colorado used to look like in the days of the thunder lizards. (Hint: prepare to be amazed). Dinosaur costumes and clothing, and lots of questions, are encouraged.
Please visit www.naturehikes.org for a long list of free April and May nature programs offered by the City of Boulder's Open Space department.