Bird Conservancy of the Rockies staff will appear in GrasslandsLIVE, broadcasting live from Pawnee National Grasslands on May 17, 2017. This FREE distance learning adventure shares the important story of North America’s grasslands which provide rich habitats for birds, fish mammals, insects and plants.
Last year, Bird Conservancy led an exciting new effort to survey and inventory colonial waterbird populations in North Dakota. The inventory and associated population information produced from this project will provide baseline data for future monitoring efforts, as well as contribute to regional and national waterbird conservation efforts. Here’s the scoop!
The BioBlitz that took place this June at Oliver Reservoir in Nebraska was a weekend full of science, education, fun and adventure! Over 30 participants, mostly children, spent two days learning about dozens of different species of birds, insects and plants.
This photo journal highlights the most recent winter field season monitoring grassland birds in the Chihuahuan Desert in Mexico. Teaching telemetry, radio tracking Grasshopper Sparrows and assessing predation/mortality rates are all a major part of this program.
Aplomado Falcons once ranged across the northern reaches of the Chihuahuan Desert in Mexico, but their numbers have sharply declined in recent years. Bird Conservancy is working with with local partners and agricultural producers to improve habitat and provide specially-designed nesting platforms, with promising results.
Listening to a Continent Sing by birdsong expert Donald Kroodsma is a celebration of singing birds and the voices of people as well. In this interview, we caught up with the author who shared stories from his incredible 10-week, 10-state “birding by bicycle” journey with his son David.