Help us study birds, restore their habitat, and advocate for the policies they need.
Staff and volunteers conduct a bird survey in a bird-friendly garden. Photo: Evan Barrientos/Audubon Rockies
The birds that bring us joy need our help. Bird populations across North America are in decline, including those in the Rockies. Habitat loss and degradation have driven steep declines in grassland and sagebrush ecosystems. Climate change and water use threaten the health of our rivers, wetlands, and the Great Salt Lake. Rapid population growth is converting bird habitat into sterile lawns.
Despite the scale of these problems, we can all be a part of the solution! With more than 1.6 million members, Audubon can connect you to a hemispheric movement, right in your community.
Learn about birds and how you can conserve them at our public events. Restore bird habitat, collect data, or educate the public as a volunteer. Speak up for birds as a policy advocate. Or fund the programs that make it all possible. To protect birds and the places they need across Colorado, Wyoming, and Utah, it takes all of us.