Flatirons Golf Course
Flatirons Golf Course is a natural habitat for many diverse species of wildlife.
We maintain areas of the golf course specifically as habitats for wildlife. Along with the abundance of trees and ponds conducive to nesting, breeding and feeding, Flatirons Golf Course installs and maintains bat boxes, swallow shelters and duck houses to encourage wildlife habitation. We also maintain natural areas by leaving dead trees for woodpeckers, creating undisturbed brush piles, and preserving eight acres of “no-mow” native areas to keep the grass long enough for ground nesting bird species.
Flatirons Golf Course provides short- and long-term habitat for many animals. Did you know:
Last Updated on Tuesday, 13 November 2012 11:51