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Denver Botanic Gardens has developed a Phenology Trail that includes the three Gardens locations: York Street, Chatfield and Mount Goliath. A Phenology Trail is a network of observation sites, called Phenology Walks. These Walks provide the participant with places to visit, enjoy nature, collect data, and learn about supporting organizations.
We will also be partnering with other organizations to expand our Trail with additional Walks throughout Colorado, to enable visitors to collect phenology data and learn about native species and the diversity of habitats in our state. Check back soon to find out additional information about the first three Walks scheduled to begin in spring of 2014.
To learn about Phenology Trails and how they are being implemented in other areas, check out a pilot trail that the USA National Phenology Network has established.