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March 2020 - Denver Audubon

Delay Tree Trimming to Protect Nests

Delay Tree Trimming to Protect Nests By Mike Serruto E.E. Cummings wrote of spring in one of his many odes to this season: “all the merry little birds are flying in the floating in the very spirits singing in are winging in the blossoming” During spring, we all look for the return of warm green


Backyard Birds

Backyard Birds – March 24, 2020 Bluebirds have arrived! On February 27, Brenda Beatty saw five Mountain Bluebirds along County Road 105 near Sedalia. At the Denver Audubon office (back in the days before it closed) Rhonda Shank saw “two Mountain Bluebirds sitting pretty on stalks of mullein outside the office! Thanks to Betty Glass


Denver Audubon COVID-19 Actions

Denver Audubon COVID-19 Actions Denver Audubon is continually monitoring COVID-19 and adjusting our programs in accordance with state and federal guidelines to help slow the spread of the virus. In accordance with state recommendations, we are announcing the following changes, cancellations, and postponements: Our offices will be closed until further notice with staff members working


Poll Shows Colorado Voters are Conservationists

Poll Shows Colorado Voters are Conservationists The tenth annual Colorado College State of the Rockies Project Conservation in the West Poll was released On February 20, 2020, showing voters in the Mountain West are calling for an aggressive agenda to protect more public lands in the face of threats from climate change impacts and energy