Innovative outdoor play areas are coming soon to a neighborhood near you, just as demand for outdoor activities has never been greater.
Sand Creek Greenway is being transformed from a creek that used to hide under airport infrastructure to a gem of nature and recreation in the city.
The temperature is a brisk 23 degrees as bundled-up preschool children tromp down the steps at Bluff Lake Nature Center, eager to start their school day. “Where should we go today?” asks instructor Brett Dabb. “The cicada forest!” yell several children.
On a recent Saturday morning—with temperatures hovering just above freezing—a dozen devoted birdwatchers gathered at Bluff Lake Nature Center for their monthly bird walk. Using scopes, binoculars and long-lensed cameras, the group recorded 32 different species of birds, including 10 different species of ducks.
This month: 1) Gotham Greens, 2) Open Space Supporters Say Park Hill Land Can’t Legally Be Developed, 3) Major Fossil Discovery by DMNS Team
The Wind Gate Art Suite by Rodrigo Nava, from Putney, VT, consists of three distinct sculpture arrays installed in Stapleton’s new neighborhood north of 56th Avenue.
Theo Sam, an inquisitive 9-year old, has many ideas and questions about the world around him. When he spotted holes in a tree near his mailbox, he puzzled over them briefly before beginning to investigate.
A lion, row upon row of feline heads of many varieties, bags of bear claws and dozens of coin purses made of frogs are among the 1.3 million items stored at the National Wildlife Property Repository in Commerce City.
Northeast Denver residents who love the outdoors are lucky to have the Sand Creek Greenway and Trail close by. But this recreational amenity has long been a popular site for those who are homeless.
After a long wait for a written agreement, The Urban Farm is excited its official partnership with the City of Denver is about to begin.