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Dancing with Cranes

The Greater Sandhill Crane is an iconic species of the Yampa Valley in Northwest Colorado. Every spring, they return from wintering grounds in New Mexico and Arizona to nest and raise their young in wetland areas throughout the valley. Join us in September in Steamboat springs to witness one of the world’s greatest wildlife spectacles for yourself.

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Sagebrush Rangelands for People and Birds

Biologists, private landowners, land managers and conservation partners came together recently in Gunnison, CO to share emerging techniques for habitat improvement and restoration on sagebrush rangelands.

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A Baird’s Life

Mixed-grass prairie in the Northern Great Plains represents critical habitat for wildlife of all kinds, including our specialty at Bird Conservancy of the Rockies – birds!  Explore how technology is playing a role in helping us conserve birds and their habitats through full life cycle monitoring on the breeding grounds.

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Safety First

Buildings and structures pose surprising risks to birds, but many dangers are easily prevented with a helping hand from people. Guest author Lauren DeRosa of Wild Birds Unlimited gives some simple tips to help ensure safety for our feathered friends.

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