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Bird Conservancy of the Rockies Information:

BLOGGING FOR BIRDS

Banding Birds at ‘The Chico’

Colorado’s Chico Basin Ranch, southeast of Colorado Springs, CO., is well known as a home and haven for migratory and resident birds. 2018 marks Bird Conservancy’s 19th consecutive spring season of bird banding at.’The Chico’ and this year did not disappoint with some exciting species observed.

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A Tale of Two Methods

Two large-scale monitoring programs collect data on bird populations every summer in the United States—Integrated Monitoring in Bird Conservation Regions and the Breeding Bird Survey. How are they different, and in what ways do each program complement the other in addressing the vast information gaps needed to help inform avian conservation?

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Experience as Inspiration

Dana Ripper, Director of Missouri River Bird Observatory, shares how earlier career experiences at Bird Conservancy of the Rockies (then Rocky Mountain Bird Observatory) are helping foster and support bird conservation in the heart of the Midwest.  

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Off the Beaten Track

Every year in late spring and summer, our field season crew traipses across mountains, prairies and deserts to survey birds under the Integrated Monitoring in Bird Conservation Regions (IMBCR) program. As this post from our of our field technicians attests, these rugged and remote landscapes don’t always make it easy!

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