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Conservation Archives - 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

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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

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Getting Green Laws

Getting Green Laws Hosted by Audubon Rockies, this free Webinar will teach you how to influence legislators when advocating for Colorado birds and their habitats. This event has passed, but you can download the presentation here: Lobbying for bird-friendly legislation is one of the most impactful ways to help birds and the environment, but without

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Audubon Climate Change Report

Over Half of Colorado Bird Species Vulnerable to Climate Change On October 10, 2019, National Audubon published a climate change study analyzing potential impacts on bird species in the contiguous United States depending on different global warming scenarios. The report, “Survival by Degrees: 389 Bird Species on The Brink,” uses over 140 million bird records

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Billions of Birds Lost Since 1970

Study Estimates Nearly 3 Billion Birds Gone Since 1970 On September 19, 2019, Science published a study that estimated North American bird populations have decreased by approximately 2.9 billion since 1970, which represents a 29% loss over 48 years. The study: Was co-authored by Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology, American Bird Conservancy, National Wildlife Research Centre,

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Canada Geese Management in Denver

Facts about managing Canada Geese in the Denver area: It is our understanding that Denver Parks and Recreation is acting according to management plans that state and federal agencies have reviewed and approved—and that comply with the Migratory Bird Treaty Act. After facing extinction in the early 1900s, Canada Geese were reintroduced to the Front

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