Volunteers from local businesses and corporate sponsors built a pollinator garden at a Fort Collins facility for the displaced and homeless.
Click the screenshot above to see a video of the garden project!
By installing water-saving appliances and less thirsty native plants, this Colorado community saved 15 million gallons of water in just one year.
This tiny homeowner’s association is continuing to try to set a huge example on how water conservation and the Audubon Rockies Habitat Hero program can work.
Together with High Country Gardens we have create the Habitat Hero Birdwatcher Pre-Planned Garden.
Featured below are some Habitat Heroes from 2016 to help inspire your own planting efforts!
Join us for inspiring showings to learn how you can support wildlife near your own home.
Become a habitat hero with your schoolyard or classroom!
Register for these free webinars which will take you on a virtual journey on creating wildlife-friendly habitat!
Thanks to our 132 volunteers who helped plant over 2,250 plants in Larimer and Weld Counties this spring!
Read our Habitat Hero Blog on Getting Kids Outdoors for Mothers Day
Habitat Hero Public Gardens
The Buzz about pollinators
Habitat Hero Community Plantings
Help pollinators by planting a garden
Activities for all to enjoy on Earth Day
Bees Neonics and the Organic Way
How the love of beer, creative collaborations and good people are helping to save a CO butterfly
Favorite Wildscaping Links...Let's dream big and create nourishing connections with your own little piece of wild !
New Begginings and Old Friends
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.
The award-winning field guide at your fingertips, now FREE! Nothing beats Audubon mobile field guides. FIND IT HERE!
Audubon's Important Bird Areas program is the primary way that Audubon conserves birds and land on a global scale. Email Alison Holloran, Executive Director or call our office at 970-416-6931.
Audubon Adventures introduces young people, their families, and their teachers to the fundamental principles by which the natural world functions.