Stories about birds and their conservation from the Audubon Network
Horned Lark. Photo: Evan Barrientos/Audubon Rockies
Stories, news, birding information, activities, and more related to birds and bird conservation in Colorado, Wyoming, and Utah.
Western conservation groups applaud Biden administration’s plan to conserve and restore 30 percent of the nation’s lands and waters by 2030.
(From Earthjustice) Saving the greater sage-grouse was one of the largest conservation efforts in U.S. history. When the Trump administration tried to sacrifice it to oil and gas, the bird’s champions flew to its rescue.
The decisions we make around water impact everyone—birds, people, and the environment.
Research on Habitat Heroes shows that wildscaping is an evolving journey for gardens, communities, and the gardeners themselves.
(Published in the Pagosa SUN) While socially distanced, Pagosa Springs observers found more birds than last year.
Purple Martins exposed to bright nighttime light migrated eight days early—which could lead to starvation at their breeding grounds.
A rancher reflects upon the potential for holistic grazing to complement conservation.
A note of reflection and optimism from our executive director.
A land donation to Audubon’s Gillmor Sanctuary protects the future of shorebird habitat restoration.
The Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission has adopted a groundbreaking model for energy development after months of public involvement.
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