Keith Bruno & Weminuche Audubon Society

Keith Bruno is our community naturalist serving southwest Colorado, where he runs ecology programs at the Hershey Foundation’s Four Mile Ranch located near Pagosa Springs. He enjoys teaching about birds, native plants, pollinators, food security, snow science, and generally anything that gets him outdoors. Before Audubon, Keith received a master’s degree in natural eesources with an environmental education certificate from the University of Idaho. He spent most of his 20s and 30s roaming around the west working wildlife and plant technician jobs with some forays into mountain guiding and market farming.  He enjoys skiing, gardening, fishing, hunting, mountain climbing, and exploring Puebloan dwellings of the desert Southwest. Now he gets to do it with his young daughter!

Weminuche Audubon Society is an Audubon chapter headquartered in Pagosa Springs, Colorado. They promote conservation of bird and wildlife habitat. Educational presentations, field trips and activities are scheduled throughout the year in southwest Colorado. All events are open to the public.

Articles by Keith Bruno & Weminuche Audubon Society

Marsh Wren
Bird Of The Week

Marsh Wren

— A musically talented marsh-dweller.
Golden Eagle
Bird Of The Week

Golden Eagle

— King of the Birds.
Western Wood-Pewee
Bird Of The Week

Western Wood-Pewee

— A vocal but often overlooked forest songbird.
House Wren
Bird Of The Week

House Wren

— A perky singer of open woodlands.
Red-naped Sapsucker
Bird Of The Week

Red-naped Sapsucker

— A tri-colored drilling machine
Green-Tailed Towhee
Bird Of The Week

Green-Tailed Towhee

— A colorful summer bird with a two-footed hop.
Hermit Thrush
Bird Of The Week

Hermit Thrush

— Singer of one of the most beautiful songs in the forest
Greater Yellowlegs
Bird Of The Week

Greater Yellowlegs

— Bird of the Week: Learn about this long-legged shorebird