Grow Local: Basics for your Birds
Grow Local: Basics for your Birds
Spring is here, which means one thing for many birds — migration. You can be a habitat hero this season by transforming your yard into a haven for wildlife. Everything you need is right here — a list of bird-friendly native plants, tips on landscaping for birds, and instructions for a homemade bird feeder. So grow local.
Photo credit: American Goldfinch on purple coneflower by Will Stuart
Habitat Hero Winner Receives Recognition
Habitat Hero Winner Receives Recognition
  The Frenudenburg's were awarded the coveted Habitat Hero Award in 2014 for their outstanding wildscape that attracts and benefits birds and other wildlife.  Read the article from Westside Pioneer that regales this Colorado Springs family for their amazing landscape stewardship.  
Learn More About Our Rockies Initiatives
Learn More About Our Rockies Initiatives
Audubon Rockies is currently working on a number of very important initiatives that will improve habitat, create partnerships, and improve the lives of birds.  Two of our most important are our Western Rivers Initiative and our Sagebrush Steppe Ecosystem Initiative.  
Photo credit: Bill Bouton/Flickr Creative Commons
What to do with an injured, or juvenile bird and other frequently asked questions answered here.
What to do with an injured, or juvenile bird and other frequently asked questions answered here.
Q: What do I do if I see a young bird on the ground? A: Over 75% of young birds "rescued" do not need help. Often the parents are nearby watching over the young. Some birds leave the nest prior to their ability to fly and will spend days on the ground while being trained by their parents. If the young bird is at risk (cats, dogs), try locating the nest and place the bird back in as best you can. If you cannot find the nest, leave the bird in an open-top, shallow box or basket and place it nearby out of reach of predators.
Photo credit: USFWS Sean Varner
Award Winning Education and Teacher Resources
Award Winning Education and Teacher Resources
Audubon Rockies Community Naturalist Education  Program will bring our Nationally recognized, award winning education programs to your classroom, have us organize a teacher workshop for PTSB credit, or use our free resources, like our teacher trunks and our new Sagebrush and Energy in Wyoming Flyers!

Find Audubon Near You

Enter your zipcode or select your state to find Audubon in your area:

Office Location

Audubon Rockies
116 N. College Avenue, Suite 1
Fort Collins, CO 80524
970-416-6931
970-416-5944
Audubon Magazine

Volunteer Opportunities

Audubon Rockies can not be successful without the help of volunteers.
Audubon Magazine

Education Resources

Teacher Trainings, Discovery Trunks, Sagebrush and Energy Student Flyers, Habitat Flashcards.
Audubon Magazine

Birding the Rockies

When it comes down to it, Audubon is for the birds!
Audubon Magazine

MAPS Bird Banding

Help Audubon Rockies at one of its banding stations this summer.
Audubon Magazine

Important Bird Areas

Audubon Rockies believes our IBA program is the cutting edge of conservation.
Audubon Magazine

Rocky Mountain Chapters

Rocky Mountain Chapters
Audubon Magazine

Live Raptor Cams

Live Raptor Cams! Brought to you by Audubon.
Audubon Magazine

Kids Page

Hey Kids, have some fun and learn about the Sagebrush ecosystem!
Audubon Magazine

Audubon's Western Rivers Initiative

In the arid West we are all connected by rivers. Join the Western Rivers Action Network Now.
Audubon Magazine

Audubon Rockies E-Newsletter

Discover more about our science, conservation, education, and advocacy programs.
Audubon Magazine

Audubon Rockies Newsroom

Audubon Rockies Newsroom
Copyright  2015 National Audubon Society, Inc

Sponsors