Friends of Barr Lake is proud to support the education, recreation, and conservation efforts of Barr Lake State Park. These activities help to maintain an environment where wildlife thrives throughout the park. Spring is a wonderful time to visit the park. You might see Mule Deer fawns, or Goslings, and maybe even an Owlet! Of course, there are Bald Eagles and Ospreys nesting at the park, too! Make a plan to spend a few hours walking the perimeter trail to see if you can find some special treasures. Take a few detours on the small trails (like the Fox Meadows Trail) and you might just see something you don’t see anywhere else. Walk out on the boardwalk to the gazebo and take a good look at the Bald Eagle nest. You might get to see the Eaglets being fed!
Below are a few photos taken at various times over the past few years. They are wonderful memories!