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Birding in the Hand: Song Sparrows vs Lincoln’s Sparrows

My name is Emily Munch and I was the first ever Banding Trainee for Bird Conservancy of the Rockies at the Barr Lake banding station this past fall. My role was to learn how to safely extract birds from mist nets and how to identify, age, sex, and band birds.

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A Hard Day’s Night: The Search for the Elusive Mexican Spotted Owl

Bird Conservancy has been monitoring Mexican Spotted Owls since 2014. This process is not easy, but very important. Learn why we are working on the project and the threats this elusive owl endures.

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A Black Swift Story: Richard Levad and Zapata Falls

The Bird Conservancy of the Rockies’ social media posting on August 31 grabbed my attention. Featuring a close up of a Black Swift in hand, the accompanying post announced that the Black Swift Research Team had recently caught three Black Swifts, all of which had been banded 17 years ago in 2005 as adults, breaking the longevity record of oldest known for the species. My heart nearly stopped.

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The Bird Migration Explorer: Bringing Bird Migration to Life Through Science, Big Data, and Information Technology

The Bird Migration Explorer reveals migration data consolidated for 458 bird species found in the United States and Canada. It allows users to see the most complete data collected on migratory species in their neighborhoods and where those birds go throughout the year. Read on to find out how Bird Conservancy was involved in the creation of this platform.

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