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OUR MISSION

Inspiring actions that protect birds, other wildlife, and
their habitats through education, conservation, and research.

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Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, & Accessibility

Denver Audubon strives to create an inclusive and informed organizational culture
that reflects the diversity of our community and removes barriers to nature for all.

Photo Credit: Lazuli Bunting by Sen Yang

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Ready to Make a Difference?

With your help, we can ensure birds have a safe space to live, inspire future generations to protect wildlife,
and help the entire community get out and enjoy birding

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EVENTS

There's always something happening at Denver Audubon!

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ADULT ADVENTURES

Our adult experiences are designed to share the joy that birds
bring while showing you how birds help form healthy ecosystems.

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SUPPORT OUR WORK

Donating to Denver Audubon means protecting and
preserving birds, other wildlife, and the spaces we share

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YOUTH AND FAMILY EVENTS

We offer specific events and programs ideal for children -
sparking curiosity and wonder about birds and nature.

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Backyard Birds – August 2023 Report

Backyard Birds - August 2023 Report As Summer draws to a close, things felt quiet in the birding world.  On July 18 Kevin Corwin, from his Centennial town house yard, reported that “I awoke ~ 7:30 this morning to a curiously melodic whirring sound wafting in the open bedroom windows. There was also an occasional chatter that

Backyard Birds – May 2023 Report

Backyard Birds - May 2023 Report So spring is coming, but it seems slow - the bird migration also seemed to start a bit late. Polly Reetz reported from her Denver yard: “On May 11 we had a Yellow Warbler in our back yard - a first, as far as we know. The bird seemed

Backyard Birds – February-March 2023 Report

Backyard Birds - February-March 2023 Report As February wraps up and March begins in earnest, the large flocks of Bohemian Waxwings are thinning out while Robins come out en masse. John Rawinski reminds us that the Monte Vista holds its crane festival March 10-12 — an event everyone should enjoy. “Recent trips to the Refuge

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