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BLOGGING FOR BIRDS

Decoding Bald Eagle Migration

Around 200 pairs of Bald Eagles call Colorado home, with most breeding pairs remaining in the state year-round, rearing their young here in the spring and summer. Why, then, does Colorado’s Bald Eagle population surge to well over 1000 birds in the late fall and winter? Migration is the obvious answer, but as you might suspect, it’s a bit more complicated than that. Why do some eagles migrate while others do not? Here we’ll explore the answer to that question and more.

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Why Care About Birds?

Birds make our lives better. They provide beauty and song, as well as vital ecosystem services like seed dispersal and pest control. Bird habitat conservation is a great investment, returning millions of dollars in economic benefits and contributing to clean air and water for people. Read on to learn more about why we should all care about birds!

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A Conservation Legacy

Bird Conservancy Science Director, Brandt Ryder, shares his personal stories about the special people, events, and ideas that have sparked his lifelong passion for bird conservation.

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Habitat Restoration Rock Stars

What do you get when you combine a nature center, rocks and 5th graders? You get habitat restoration, of course!

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