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URGENT:  Bill Proposes Farming Sage-Grouse
Sagebrush Ecosystem

URGENT: Bill Proposes Farming Sage-Grouse

Our state Senators need to hear from you ASAP, as HB 271 is expected to be heard on the Senate floor this week – possibly as early as tomorrow.

Sagebrush Ecosystem Curriculum
Sagebrush Ecosystem

Sagebrush Ecosystem Curriculum

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

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.

Great Suet Give-Away of 2016
Citizen Science

Great Suet Give-Away of 2016

In advance of this year’s GBBC, Audubon Rockies has partnered with local businesses in four communities to give away free blocks of suet to attract birds to your home, office, or school. Simply stop in to one of the locations across Wyoming and Colorado listed below, February 7-15 during store hours, to receive your gift while supplies last.

International Migratory Bird Day
Citizen Science

International Migratory Bird Day

International Migratory Bird Day highlights the importance of international efforts to conserve birds through agreements, laws, treaties, and collaborations. This year also marks the Centennial of the Migratory Bird Treaty, a landmark agreement between the U.S., Canada and Mexico to protect our shared migratory birds.

E-Bird
Citizen Science

E-Bird

A real-time, online checklist program, eBird has revolutionized the way that the birding community reports and accesses information about birds. Launched in 2002 by the Cornell Lab of Ornithology and National Audubon Society, eBird provides rich data sources for basic information on bird abundance and distribution at a variety of spatial and temporal scales.

Hummingbirds at home
Citizen Science

Hummingbirds at Home

Hummingbirds are truly remarkable and fascinating creatures. A diverse family, hummingbirds include the world's smallest bird, the Bee Hummingbird of Cuba, and some of the strongest migrants. Join us as a citizen scientist to help hummingbirds today!

Citizen Science

Citizen Science

Learn more about citizen science that everyone can participate in.

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