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By admin on 1/30/2012 10:44 AM
The new Fall/Winter edition of The All-Bird Bulletin features five stories about RMBO's work. See pages 12 -16 to read: "New Model Identifies Bird Habitat Use at Multiple Scales," "'Boots on the Ground' Expands Habitat Conservation," "Taking Outreach from the Land to the Classroom Builds Future Conservation Ethic," "Critical Chihuahuan Desert Grasslands Rapidly Give Way to the Plow," and "Integrated Monitoring in Bird Conservation Regions (IMBCR)."
By admin on 1/6/2012 1:50 PM
Snowy Owl Barr Lake 1-3-12By Chuck Hundertmark, Compiler, Barr Lake Christmas Bird Count

Twenty-six volunteers tallied 68 species of birds across parts of Adams and Weld counties on January 2 for the Barr Lake Christmas Bird Count. The numbers of species and individual birds (18,562) were lower than past winters, but by day's end  the topic of conversation wasn’t about the numbers.

(Full list of birds found on the Barr Lake Christmas Bird Count.)
(Photo by Gregg Goodrich)
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