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What Can You Do to Participate in Year of the Bird This Month?
 
Participate in Audubon's Western Rivers Bird Count and Climate Watch
SPRING IS UPON US!

Migration is in full swing and birds are returning to their breeding grounds. Tracking when and where migratory birds show up helps create strategies to protect them. This month's Year of the Bird actions are to participate in Audubon’s Western Rivers Bird Count and Climate Watch. By participating in the Western Rivers Bird Count from May 5—June 30, you can help us better understand how birds are responding to drought in the West. In addition, Audubon's new community science program, Climate Watch, explores how birds are responding to climate change. You can participate any time between May 15—June 15!
MORE WAYS YOU CAN HELP BIRDS IN WY & CO

Community Naturalist
  • Annual Birdathon - May 15: Our staff and volunteers will race against the clock to tally as many bird species as possible within 24 hours. For each species we find, donors like you can pledge to donate a certain amount beforehand. Funds raised will support science-based education, teacher trainings, and citizen science projects to people of all ages across Wyoming and Colorado. Pledge your support today by emailing jklosterprew@audubon.org, or learn more here!
  • BioBlitz - June 22-24: Mark your calendars for this amazing opportunity to help experts survey and identify as many plants, insects, and animals as possible at The Nature Conservancy’s beautiful Tensleep Preserve in Wyoming. All ages are welcome and no experience is necessary.
Habitat Hero
  • Habitat Hero Garden Tour - June 9: In celebration of Native Plant Week, proclaimed by Governor Hickenlooper, Audubon Rockies & Colorado Native Plant Society have teamed up to present a garden tour that features the Habitat Heroes of Fort Collins. These gardens provide homes, food, and quality of life for people and wildlife alike, while benefiting the environment too. Register here!
Conservation Ranching
  • Farm Dinners at Audubon Rockies' Kiowa Creek Ranch: See our Conservation Ranching Program in action, complete with behind-the-scenes tours, guest chefs, locally sourced farm dinners and brunches, local drink pairings, and live music. Get to know your rancher and have a fun night out—reserve your seat now!
Western Rivers Initiative
  • River Restoration Project – May 12: Join our team of Western Rivers volunteers next weekend for restoration on the Big Thompson! We'll be restoring riparian habitat with seedlings, seeds, mulch, and compost. Sign up here!
Lightning storm over Fort Collins, CO, April 30, 2018.

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