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Bird Conservancy of the Rockies Information:


Wings Against Weeds

Bird Conservancy of the Rockies is happily colluding with foreign insects in an effort to reduce the spread of Russian knapweed, a noxious weed that is spreading across western landscapes to the detriment of native flora and fauna.

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One Continent of People and Birds

Conservation Birding Tours combine world-class birding with science education to raise awareness of continentally-important bird areas. In March 2019, Bird Conservancy led a trip to West Mexico to explore the abundant and diverse avifauna of this unique region. Today’s post shares some highlights from this once-in-a-lifetime experience.

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Six Seasons of Birds & Prairies

After six years, nine states and over 200 surveys, IMBCR technician Mike McCloy shares his perspective on the importance of counting birds to conservation, the challenges and joys of being a field tech, and how he (and the landscapes he traverses) have changed.

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The Land of my Grandmothers

Emily Chavez recently began a new chapter in her life in a familiar setting. Here in the San Luis Valley, the land of her ancestors, she has ‘rediscovered’ a special place that is close to her heart. Emily shares her story of how heritage, imparted wisdom and new knowledge are coming together to further bird conservation in southern Colorado.

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