Plus, the latest water legislation news and a new way to help Audubon Rockies.
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Audubon Rockies Newsletter | March 2020
A Greater-Sage Grouse looks into the camera while fanning his tail.
Greater Sage-Grouse on BLM land managed by Pathfinder Ranches. Photo: Evan Barrientos/Audubon Rockies
Sage-Grouse Face a New Threat
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) recently unveiled draft supplemental environmental impact statements for six western states, claiming to address problems that caused a federal judge to block the federal government’s revised sage-grouse plans. Audubon, however, sees this as yet another politically motivated attempt to sidestep science and what’s best for western communities. Once again, we need your voice. Please tell the BLM not to weaken sage-grouse conservation plans.Take action
A Blue Jay and the ReFUND logo.
Blue Jay. Photo: Harrison Martin/Audubon Photography Awards
Donate Your Colorado Income Tax Refund
This year, Coloradans who receive a state income tax refund will have a chance to donate all or some of it to a local nonprofit like us. To do so, all you have to do is list our name and registration number in your Colorado income tax return.Learn how
A Spotted Towhee sings.
Spotted Towhee. Photo: Michelle Maani/Audubon Photography Awards
This Spring, Plant a Better World for Birds
Birds are coming back! It won’t be long before the migrants have returned to our communities. Does yours have the habitat that they need to raise a nest? This spring learn how you can make a direct impact for birds by planting native plants. Get started at one of our Habitat Hero events!Learn more
Students birdwatching
Photo: Jacelyn Downey
Educator Workshops Announced
Are you an educator looking to bring nature into your classroom, or know someone who is? We’ll be hosting an educator workshop on March 27 and April 3 in Sheridan, and on April 4 in Sundance, Wyoming.Learn more and register
A Belted Kingfisher lands on a branch with a fish in his mouth.
A Water Win in Colorado
An instream flow bill that 1,450 of you helped us support passed both the Colorado House and the Senate with wide bipartisan support. Thank you! The bill would expand a short-term water loan program and help Colorado’s rivers, birds, agriculture, and communities. It is now on its way to Governor Polis.Learn more
Belted Kingfisher. Photo: Evelyn Garcia/Audubon Photography Awards
Help us protect birds and the places they need in Colorado, Wyoming, and Utah.
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