Community Science

Forests, Feathers, and Fire

Forests, Feathers, and Fire

— Colorado chapter starts a collaborative bird monitoring project.
Wyoming BioBlitz 2019 Wrap Up

Wyoming BioBlitz 2019 Wrap Up

— How many species did we document? Find out here!
Keyhole State Park Banding Station

Keyhole State Park Banding Station

Sign up to volunteer at our banding station at Keystone State Park, WY.
Casper Banding Stations

Casper Banding Stations

Sign up to volunteer at our bird banding stations near Casper, WY.
Laramie Banding Station

Laramie Banding Station

Sign up to volunteer at our bird banding station in Laramie, WY.
Audubon Christmas Bird Count

Audubon Christmas Bird Count

Join one of the world’s longest-running community science projects.
What Have We Learned and the Website

What Have We Learned and the Website

Bird populations are always shifting and changing. Find out what the citizen scientists have learned and about other resources on the birdcount.org website.
Why is the GBBC Important?

Why is the GBBC Important?

Scientists and bird enthusiasts can learn a lot by knowing where the birds are. Bird populations are dynamic, and constantly in flux. No single scientist or team of scientists could hope to document and understand the complex distribution and movements of so many species in such a short time.
Great Suet Give-Away of 2016

Great Suet Give-Away of 2016

In advance of this year’s GBBC, Audubon Rockies has partnered with local businesses in four communities to give away free blocks of suet to attract birds to your home, office, or school. Simply stop in to one of the locations across Wyoming and Colorado listed below, February 7-15 during store hours, to receive your gift while supplies last.