Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, and Accessibility

Birding w/o barriers

Photo Credit: Rachel Woolf

Black Birders Week

Photo Credit: Dressel-Martin Mediaworks Inc

Black to Nature
High Line Canal Conservancy

Photo Credit: High Line Canal Conservancy

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Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, and 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.

We value the diversity of human and natural communities and know the well-being of both are intertwined. We recognize that individuals and communities of diverse experiences, perspectives, and backgrounds strengthen our ability to inspire actions that protect birds, other wildlife, and their habitats through education, conservation and research. 

To foster understanding and appreciation among diverse communities and for our environment, we are committed to listening to, learning from, and amplifying all voices, especially those traditionally left unheard. We may not always have the answers, but we welcome feedback, will learn, and will work together to build a better Denver.  

Stay tuned for outings, classes, and more from the EDIA committee! If you are interested in our accessible birding field trips, check out our Birding Without Barriers page!


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