Audubon Rockies Blog

Stories about birds and their conservation from the Audubon Network

Burrowing Owl. Photo: Madison Roberts/Audubon Photography Awards

Western Wood-Pewee
Bird Of The Week

Western Wood-Pewee

A vocal but often-overlooked forest songbird.

Conservation Ranching is a Win for Wildlife and People
Conservation Ranching Initiative

Conservation Ranching is a Win for Wildlife and People

We don't need to burn down the Amazon to produce our protein. An opinion piece published in the Wyoming Tribune Eagle.

Discouraging Big Bossy Birds From Eating All Your Bird Seed
Habitat Hero

Discouraging Big Bossy Birds From Eating All Your Bird Seed

Learn tips and tricks to stop backyard bullies.

Sage-Grouse Experts Sound the Alarm Over Plunging Population
Sagebrush Ecosystem Initaitive

Sage-Grouse Experts Sound the Alarm Over Plunging Population

New data show the imperiled bird’s numbers in a nosedive as the federal government continues to ease protections and sell off habitat.

Wyoming Just Protected Sage-Grouse. We need Colorado to keep doing the same.
Sagebrush Ecosystem Initaitive

Wyoming Just Protected Sage-Grouse. We need Colorado to keep doing the same.

Governor Gordon’s executive order sets an example that other states should follow.

“Rocket Science” to Sustain the Upper Colorado River?
Western Rivers Initiative

“Rocket Science” to Sustain the Upper Colorado River?

Exploring proactive steps for Colorado and the Upper Basin under the Drought Contingency Plan.

Fighting Habitat Loss with Forks and Knives
Conservation Ranching Initiative

Fighting Habitat Loss with Forks and Knives

Why Carboy Winery sources meat from Corner Post Meats, an Audubon-certified conservation ranch.

Monitoring on Conservation Ranches
Conservation Ranching Initiative

Monitoring on Conservation Ranches

Audubon conducts bird, plant, and soil surveys to ensure conservation success.

House Wren
Bird Of The Week

House Wren

A perky singer of open woodlands.

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