FORT COLLINS, CO (Sept, 2019) – Audubon Rockies, Bird Conservancy of the Rockies, Trees, Water & People, and the CSU Environmental Learning Center are excited to present ¡Pájaros Sin Fronteras! (Birds Without Borders), a free community celebration that spotlights migratory birds during their annual fall migration as they travel south to Mexico and Central America. Click here to download full news release.
LINCOLN, NE (May, 2019) – Bird Conservancy Receives Grant from Nebraska Environmental Trust (NET). $41,506 from NET is helping expand environmental literacy and stewardship through outreach and education in the Nebraska Panhandle. Click here to download full news release.
BRIGHTON, CO (May, 2019) – The 17th annual BBQ for the Birds will be held at Barr Lake State Park Nature Center on May 18, 2019.  Everyone is invited to Bird Conservancy’s yearly celebration of birds, people and land which aims to raise awareness of bird conservation and provide opportunities for people to get involved. Click here to download full news release.
GREELEY, CO (January, 2019) – Bird Conservancy of the Rockies is partnering with private landowners in Morgan County, Colorado to eliminate cheatgrass. Through a grant from Great Outdoors Colorado, the innovative project takes aim at eradicating an extremely invasive weed that outcompetes native vegetation, reduces habitat quality and increases fire hazards. Click here to download full news release.

BRIGHTON, CO (August, 2018) – Bird Conservancy of the Rockies awarded Neotropical Migratory Bird Conservation Act grant to conserve declining grassland birds. For the 12th consecutive year, Bird Conservancy been awarded a highly competitive NMBCA grant to support migratory bird conservation efforts, including critical research, monitoring, education, public engagement and land conservation efforts aimed at stabilizing and reversing bird population declines.
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FORT COLLINS, CO (July, 2018) – Rare bird discovered breeding in Northern Colorado, a first-ever record for the state. Bird Conservancy of the Rockies and City of Fort Collins Natural Areas Department have confirmed that Baird’s Sparrows are actively breeding at Soapstone Prairie Natural Area, a first-ever record of the species reproducing in Colorado.
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