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Audubon Rockies
August 2019 | Audubon Rockies Newsletter
Steller's Jay, one of the many bird species that breed at Kiowa Creek Ranch. Photo: Mark Hoeckner/Audubon Photography Awards
Steller's Jay, one of the many bird species that breed at Kiowa Creek Ranch. Photo: Mark Hoeckner/Audubon Photography Awards
Help Create and Restore Bird Habitat
There’s nothing like restoring bird habitat with your own two hands. This month, help us restore wet meadow habitat for Gunnison Sage-Grouse near Gunnison, Colorado. Or, sign up to plant a Habitat Hero garden with us at Audubon’s Kiowa Creek Ranch in September. Can’t make either of those? Browse all our upcoming events
Lark Bunting on May Valley Ranch, certified by Audubon's Conservation Ranching Initiative. Photo: Evan Barrientos/Audubon Rockies
Lark Bunting on May Valley Ranch, certified by Audubon's Conservation Ranching Initiative. Photo: Evan Barrientos/Audubon Rockies
Audubon’s Birds and Grasslands Report
Nearly half of grassland bird species will become highly vulnerable due to climate change by the end of the century. That’s according to Audubon’s North American Grasslands & Birds Report, published earlier this month. Conserving private working lands, such as Audubon’s Conservation Ranching Initiative, will be key to their survival.Read more
Greater Sage-Grouse. Photo: Evan Barrientos/Audubon
Oil and Gas Leasing and Drilling in Priority Sage-Grouse Habitat
Despite a formal directive to keep leasing and drilling outside sage-grouse habitat, federal agencies have pushed to develop in priority habitat, our new report finds.Read more
Great Blue Heron. Photo: Alex Sholes/Audubon Photography Awards
Summer Actions for Colorado’s Rivers
Legislators need to know that you care about a balanced water future that supports birds, rivers, and people. Speak up for the rivers we all need at Colorado’s Water Resources Review Committee meetings this summer. Learn more
Great Blue Heron. Photo: Alex Sholes/Audubon Photography Awards
Planting fringed sage in a Habitat Hero garden. Photo: Evan Barrientos/Audubon Rockies
Our Largest Habitat Hero Garden Yet
We’ve begun planning our largest Habitat Hero garden yet at Jack’s Solar Garden in Longmont, Colorado, featuring more than 1,800 native plants! Please consider donating to this ambitious project. By funding bird-friendly gardens, your support not only creates bird habitat and beautiful, water-efficient communities; it connects people to nature. Donate
Planting fringed sage in a Habitat Hero garden. Photo: Evan Barrientos/Audubon Rockies
Bebo Andrews, Dennis Tharp, and their daughter, Nisty, on the Audubon Rockies Green River trip. Photo: Pete Arnold.
Finding Peace and Healing on Rivers
After tragedy struck Bebo Andrews and Dennis Tharp, Audubon Rockies river trips helped them heal and celebrate family. Today, they’ve become river champions for Audubon. Learn about their story in this new donor spotlight.Read more
Bebo Andrews, Dennis Tharp, and their daughter, Nisty, on the Audubon Rockies Green River trip. Photo: Pete Arnold.
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