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RMBO Migrates to Bird Conservancy of the Rockies

On Aug. 31, 2015, we changed our organizational name from Rocky Mountain Bird Observatory (RMBO) to Bird Conservancy of the Rockies. Our mission remains the same: We are committed to conserving birds and their habitats through science, education and land stewardship.

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Promising News for Aplomado Falcons of the Chihuahuan Desert

Aplomado Falcons once ranged across the northern reaches of the Chihuahuan Desert in Mexico, but their numbers have sharply declined in recent years. Bird Conservancy is working with with local partners and agricultural producers to improve habitat and provide specially-designed nesting platforms, with promising results.

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Listening to a Continent Sing

The new book Listening to a Continent Sing by birdsong expert Donald Kroodsma is a celebration of singing birds and the voices of people as well. In this interview, we catch up with the author who shares stories from his incredible 10-week, 10-state “birding by bicycle” journey with his son David.

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IMBCR Ramping up for Expanded Field Effort

The Integrated Monitoring in Bird Conservation Regions (IMBCR) program is one of the largest bird monitoring programs in North America, covering a work area of 450,545 square miles across all or parts of 13 western states in the U.S. 2016 will see a major expansion of IMBCR in partnership with Playa Lakes Joint Venture. Growth of the program complements monitoring efforts in the Northern Great Plains and promises encounters with even more bird species.

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