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Robin

Better Days, Birdwatching

It’s fitting that the sounds of a robin, a migratory songbird, were reminding me that spring is here and nature is awakening from a long, winter slumber.

Sandhill Crane

Monte Vista Crane Festival

Sandhill cranes were usually here by the tens of thousands, flooding the wildlife refuge and surrounding fields. Where WERE they?

Nature’s Dinner Table

On a recent outing along the Colorado River, wildlife photographer Richard Spitzer witnessed the power and beauty of raptors in a way that few ever will. In the series of photos below, Spitzer captures golden eagles, a bald eagle, and a number of magpies in a heated competition for a seat at nature’s dinner table.…

Castlewood Canyon Birding Adventure

The day after Governor John Hickenlooper declared 2018 the Year of the Bird in Colorado, I had the good fortune to join a group of

Grouse

Grouse Getaway

In the pre-predawn haze on a northwest Colorado prairie, every dark spot, smudge or blot you see is a greater sage-grouse — until the gathering light proves they’re not.

Bald Eagles: A Majestic Mystery

There’s a mystery surrounding Colorado’s bald eagles. They migrate through Colorado every year, but recently they’ve migrated away from a favorite site.

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