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.
Millions of birds are moving through Colorado, and they need dark skies.
Listen to the sounds of Wyoming BioBlitz 2021 in this story from Wyoming Public Media.
Less sandpiper, more grasspiper.
Legal and political realities seem to have tempered the administration’s ambitions for ending fossil fuel extraction on federal lands.
Turn off your lights to give birds safe passage.
New coalition of Colorado organizations aims to transform landscaping practices across the state.
Audubon secures protections for Colorado rivers.
The Subtle Beauty of Shorebirds series, July
For years, an obscure budget provision has blocked the federal government from protecting the fast-declining birds. That may be about to change.
Learn what tradeoffs loom if conserved water leaves fields dry, from The Aspen Times.
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