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.
Join us at the Monte Vista Crane Festival, Mar 6-8, 2020! There will be crane viewing tours, special tour site locations, art & crafts for sale, family fun, nature films, guest speakers. All are welcome! Art & Craft show starts at 10 a.m. on Friday. Morning tours at about 7 a.m. each morning.
Join Bird Conservancy of the Rockies’ Community and Outreach Biologist Erin Youngberg as she shares news about avian conservation and research efforts at Soapstone Prairie Natural Area. Erin will reveal some exciting trends from over 10 years of studying birds in this special landscape.