Colorado’s Tarantulas

They may be crawly, but are they really so creepy? Join Erin Kendall as she explores the crawly side of Colorado with the tarantula.

Join Colorado Parks and Wildlife’s School Programs Coordinator Erin Kendall as she explores the crawly side of Colorado with the tarantula, discussing their adaptations, and their role in the environment and our everyday lives.

To learn more about Colorado’s spiders, check out the Butterfly Pavilion in Westminster, CO or the Denver Museum of Nature and Science (DMNS).

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