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Bird Conservancy of the Rockies Information:


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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Winter Birding, Warm Smiles

Bird Conservancy of the Rockies finished 2019 among friends and with binoculars in hand at Birds of Winter Camps and a successful Audubon Christmas Bird Count. Stacey and Tyler from our Education team share stories from the adventures, many of which are sure to provide lasting memories in the minds of participants.

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Winter Bird Feeding

Winter bird feeding is not only enjoyable but also rewarding—we get to help our winged friends and view nature up close. Scott Menough of Wild Birds Unlimited in Denver shares his tips for bird-friendly living around your home during the winter months.

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Sweet song of the Prairie Skylark

The Sprague’s Pipit is a charismatic songbird of North American grasslands. If you’ve ever wandered the Northern Great Plains in summer, you’ve probably heard their sweet song, and maybe even seen their high-altitude aerial displays which can last for hours. One of many fast-declining grassland bird species, we’re urgently working to learn more about the life cycle of the Sprague’s Pipit so that its song can continue to be enjoyed for generations to come.

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