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Audubon Rockies
Audubon Rockies Newsletter | January 2020
Bald Eagle. Photo: Dave Wilson/Audubon Photography Awards
Bald Eagle. Photo: Dave Wilson/Audubon Photography Awards
Getting Green Laws 2020
February 5 & 8 | Online
Lobbying for bird-friendly legislation is one of the most impactful ways to help birds and the environment, but at first it can seem daunting. During this free webinar, we’ll walk you through strategies for influencing your representatives on policies affecting birds in Colorado being decided on right now. Co-hosted by Denver Audubon.Learn more
The Colorado River. Photo: Abby Burk
The Colorado River. Photo: Abby Burk
2020: A Big Year for Colorado’s Rivers
January 15 | Grand Junction, Colorado
Join us for an evening of community, food, and discussion about Colorado’s water future. Clean and reliable water supplies are essential to our way of life in Colorado. All of us depend on healthy, flowing rivers, and we all play a role in sustaining Colorado’s water future.Learn more
Wyoming BioBlitz 2018. Photo: Evan Barrientos/Audubon Rockies
Wyoming BioBlitz 2018. Photo: Evan Barrientos/Audubon Rockies
Thankful Thursday with Audubon Rockies
January 16 | Casper, WY
Help us raise money to support our Community Naturalist program at this party with a purpose! We will have live and silent auction items, 50/50 raffles, and games of skill.Learn more
Mountain Bluebird. John Pizniur/Great Backyard Bird Count
Mountain Bluebird. John Pizniur/Great Backyard Bird Count
Bird-Friendly, Climate-Friendly Conference
January 11 | Fort Collins, Colorado
Join us this Saturday for a day of climate action. Hear from speakers like Ed Begley Jr. and organizations in northern Colorado on how you can take local action on climate change. Don’t miss this new, unique event!Learn more and register
Native plants.
Photo: Parker Seibold
Plant a Better World for Birds
Start off the decade with a meaningful and beautiful way to help birds: bird-friendly gardening. We already have several Habitat Hero trainings scheduled in the next two months. Come learn how to make your garden a haven for wildlife!See our events
Bald Eagle. Photo: Daryl Saffer
Counting Birds Because It Matters
A couple weeks ago, volunteers in Pagosa Springs, Colorado, dodged a snowstorm to complete their Audubon Christmas Bird Count survey. In doing so, they continued to reveal an interesting trend.Read more
Bald Eagle. Photo: Daryl Saffer
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