Where Conservation Takes Flight

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Photo: Roger Levien

2016 Audubon Photography Awards Announced!
Conservation

2016 Photography Awards

The seventh annual contest came down to the wire—a true photo finish.

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Sagebrush Initiative
Conservation

Sagebrush Initiative

The sagebrush steppe serves as a nursery for a wide range of wildlife species including sage-grouse. 350+ other wildlife species also depend on the sagebrush habitat.

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Birds of The Rocky Mountains

Zach Hutchinson Audubon Community Naturalist

News & Updates

All About Birds Trunk
Education And Outreach

All About Birds Trunk

Audubon is about birds after all! This educational trunk is packed with everything you will need to get youth and adults excited about birds too.

Water Explorer Trunk
Education And Outreach

Water Explorer Trunk

A trunk for those that want to learn about water in the west!

Habitat Hero Trunk
Education And Outreach

Habitat Hero Trunk

Become a habitat hero with your schoolyard or classroom!

Sagebrush Trunk
Education And Outreach

Sagebrush Trunk

The Sagebrush Ecosystem Trunk contains all the materials an educator needs to introduce this ecosystem.

Sagebrush Ecosystem Poster
Education And Outreach

Sagebrush Ecosystem Poster

Check out this valuable educational resource and lesson plan; download and print today!

Sagebrush Ecosystem Curriculum
Sagebrush Ecosystem

Sagebrush Ecosystem Curriculum

The section below contains links to resources related to the Sagebrush Ecosystem Curriculum project.

Audubon is Now Bilingual
Education And Outreach

Audubon is Now Bilingual

Check out our bird guide, magazine features, and information about the organization—now available in Spanish on Audubon.org.

Bird Tales, Green house living, and Audubon Ambassadors
Education And Outreach

Bird Tales, Green house living, and Audubon Ambassadors

Julie Reider, an Audubon Ambassador, will be hosting a volunteer training on March 7th in Sheridan Wyoming.

What Have We Learned and the Website
Citizen Science

What Have We Learned and the Website

Bird populations are always shifting and changing. Find out what the citizen scientists have learned and about other resources on the birdcount.org website.

Why is the GBBC Important?
Citizen Science

Why is the GBBC Important?

Scientists and bird enthusiasts can learn a lot by knowing where the birds are. Bird populations are dynamic, and constantly in flux. No single scientist or team of scientists could hope to document and understand the complex distribution and movements of so many species in such a short time.

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