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Executive Director's Corner

Happy New Year, friends and neighbors! 

I hope 2020 is off to a great start for you all - Cherry Hills Land Preserve is thankful to those who responded to our 2019 end of year appeal. We were surprised and delighted with the support we received. If you didn't respond but still wish to, we're happy to accept donations even though it's now January.

The new year also brings some changes to CHLP's Board of Directors. Bill Lucas and Amy Graden have decided to step down from the board - while we are sad to see them go, we are thankful for their time and dedication. With this departure, we have two new directors to welcome: Amy Littlejohn and Laura Paul. Please join us in welcoming our new directors!

We also have some exciting things planned for 2020 and are working on releasing a public calendar. If you have any upcoming plans you wish to share with the community, email us at and we'll include your suggestions in our monthly newsletters and the annual calendar.

Best wishes in 2020,

Free Training for the Great Backyard Bird Count

Denver Audubon is hosting a FREE training workshop on Feb 1, 2020, 9-11 am, to prepare for the annual Great Backyard Bird Count - one of the largest community science events on the globe. Join this free training to learn about how to participate in the count any day, time, or location from February 14-17. Click below for details and to register:
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Jan. 1 Christmas Bird Count Recap

Denver Audubon's annual Denver Urban Christmas Bird Count in Cherry Hills Village was very successful, with local participants spotting 26 species and a total of 645 individual birds on New Years Day. CHLP hosted a tasty warm-up lunch at Quincy Farm before the group headed back out to look for birds at the farm, ending the count with spotting and photographing one of the resident Great Horned Owls at the farm. 
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Last Day for CHV Tree Recycling is Friday

The City of Cherry Hills Village is still offering FREE holiday tree recycling. Simply bring your decoration-free tree to the drop-off at the John Meade Park parking lot off Meade Lane. Please follow the signs indicating where to leave your trees!
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Help us put together a 2020 Community Events Calendar by sharing your upcoming event with us! We're also always looking for stories to share with friends and neighbors on our website and across our social media - if you have stories or pictures related to open lands like parks, creeks, or wildlife, send them our way:

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