Birding for All
Connect with us to study, conserve, and enjoy Colorado birds. Colorado Field Ornithologists and birding are for people of all ages and types. Become a part of a statewide community.
Be Part of CFO!
Join or Renew your membership. Give the gift of CFO membership. Become an active member today.
Protecting Colorado Birds
Pinyon Jay populations have decreased by 83.5% from 1967 to 2015. Declines raise concerns about Pinyon Jay in the western US. In 2023, CFO is focusing on Pinyon Jay conservation through several initiatives.
Registration for the 2023 Convention is Open!
Opportunities for Everyone
CFO hosts events and provides education throughout the year for all types of interests. Take your choice of webinars, ID workshops, field trips, competitive birding events, conventions, and more.
Become a member
CFO members receive the outstanding quarterly journal Colorado Birds. Members may register before others for events with limited capacity and often enjoy discounted prices.
Giving and Pledging
CFO provides various opportunities for giving and pledging to help conserve Colorado's birds and to help support our programs. You can make a difference.
Latest CFO News
Nominate Someone You Know for the 2023 CFO Awards
Help Record Rare Birds in Colorado with the Colorado Birds Records Committee
Youth & Student Scholarships for 2023 CFO & WFO Joint Convention — Copper Mountain in July
Upcoming Training for New Dinosaur Ridge Hawk Watch Volunteers
2022/2023 Global Avian Flu Outbreak in Colorado
“Keep Colorado Wild” Pass available in 2023
A New Crossbill for Colorado
Unique Sighting: Thick-billed Kingbird
"CFO's generous gift is making a significant impact for the conservation of grassland birds. It's enabling the installation of a permanent Motus station that will track birds as they migrate across the Great Plains. CFO funding is restoring 346 acres of key habitat that benefits wintering birds in Chihuahua.