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Bird Conservancy of the Rockies Information:
BLOGGING FOR BIRDS
Big Data for Bird Conservation
GIS is an acronym that stands for Geographic Information Science, or Geographic Information System. This powerful technology enables Bird Conservancy Biologists to answer research questions, design scientific surveys, and measure the impacts of conservation projects on bird populations at a landscape scale.
Living on the Land
The past year of pandemic life has been a struggle for most us in many ways. For a field biologist who truly values time outdoors and in nature, the transition to telework and isolation is particularly impactful. But forced solitude leads to unexpected new perspectives, including a stronger connection to the land, nature, and community.Read More
Ensuring Accessibility for All
Diversity, inclusion, equity, and accessibility are essential to our work at Bird Conservancy of the Rockies. We strive to promote these principles at every level of our organization, including in our most public-facing communication tool—our website. We are therefore excited to launch the Recite Me toolbar which adds a range of accessibility features at the easy click of a button. Hit the “Accessibility Tools” button at the top right of the screen to give it a try!Read More
Beavers, Our Secret Superheroes
A chewed tree stump, an interwoven dam of sticks, logs, and mud, or a what might look like a pile of mud with branches and grasses are all signs you are in beaver territory. And this territory is on its way to becoming a thriving part of our ecosystem!Read More
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