Contact Us

Bird Conservancy of the Rockies has three offices, plus staff members located throughout the Great Plains, Intermountain West and Mexico. See the staff roster for contact information for individual staff members.

The Bird Conservancy’s headquarters are located at the Old Stone House Environmental Learning Center at Barr Lake State Park in Brighton, Colorado, approximately 15 miles northeast of Denver. The office is typically open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays. The park is an important stopover for birds migrating along North America’s Central Flyway and a favorite spot for birders. Visitors will need a Colorado State Parks pass or guest pass to park at the Old Stone House. Guest passes are available in our office.


14500 Lark Bunting Lane
Brighton, CO 80603
Tel: (303) 659-4348
Fax: (303) 654-0791

Education, Finance teams and Volunteer Services are based in Brighton.

Fort Collins Office
230 Cherry Street, Suite 150
Fort Collins, CO 80521
Tel: (970) 482-1707
Fax: (970) 472-9031

Science, Stewardship, International teams and administrative staff are based in Fort Collins.

Nebraska Office
4502 Avenue I
Scottsbluff, NE 69361
Tel: (308) 633-1013

Our Nebraska Education team is based in Scottsbluff.

Driving Directions:

“To Headquarters from Denver:” Take I-76 east toward Brighton. Turn right at the Bromley Lane exit. Cross the railroad tracks and immediately turn right onto Lark Bunting Lane, which ends at our headquarters.

“To Headquarters from Fort Collins:” Take I-25 south to the CO Hwy 7 exit. Turn left/east, and go to Brighton. At the first round-about, turn right onto Hwy 85 south. At the first stoplight, turn left onto Bromley Lane. Take Bromley Lane over I-76, and immediately turn right past the railroad tracks onto Lark Bunting Lane, which ends at our headquarters.

“To Fort Collins office from I-25:” Exit I-25 at CO Hwy 14 West (Mulberry). Drive west about 4 miles to College Avenue. Turn right and go approximately 1 mile to Cherry Street. Turn left, go about two blocks and our office is on the north (right) side of the street.

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Burrowing Owl photo by Robert Martinez