Where birds thrive people prosper.
A Spotted Tohee is released back into the wild at an Audubon Rockies Event. Photo: Timothy Rockhold
Come to another wonderful Habitat Hero Workshop in Boulder on September 26th.
When: Oct 8th 5-7 PM, and encore Oct 10th 10 AM – 12 PM Where: Moab Information Center, 25 E Center St, Moab, UT 84532
Colorado’s toxic “yellow river” may look bad, but it’s just a visual manifestation of a larger problem.
Celebrating Its Release: Book Signing and Discussion!
Audubon Rockies is sponsoring multiple showings of PBS' Sagebrush Sea around WY and CO. Find one near you!
Check out Audubon's Guide to North American Birds
Rockies own Jacelyn Downey received National Audubon's highest education award, the Tamar Chotzen Award in 2015.
We are very proud of our new site and here is a guide to get you started.
For more information about or to receive updates on Audubon Rockies' most current programs, please click here.
How to create bird-friendly habitat in your very own backyard
The applications will open on August 15th and close on October 15th. We will announce the Habitat Hero Awardees in our blog in November 2015.
Rocky Mountain Regional Office
116 N. College Avenue Suite 1
Fort Collins, CO 80524
410 Mckean Rd
Moorcroft, WY 82721
Four Mile Ranch (SW Colorado)
PO Box 2665
Pagosa Springs, CO 81147
Habitat Heroes are people, schools, organizations or communities that practice landscaping to attract and benefit birds, pollinators and other wildlife.
It is essential that we continue to tell our senators to oppose efforts to delay or defund any partnerships that benefit this iconic species.
Audubon Rockies Award winning education programs benefit communities around Wyoming and Colorado. Students, teachers and community members walk away more connected with the outside world.