Thirteen teams competed for glory during the third annual Colorado Birding Challenge, raising money for Pinyon Jay Conservation in Colorado. An additional thirteen teams participated…
Any CFO member can make a nomination for an award, so we’d like to hear from you!
The Colorado Bird Records Committee has been in existence for 50 years and the aim is to document rare birds that are found in the state of Colorado.
WFO and CFO are happy to announce that applications for youth and student scholarships to attend the joint CFO-WFO convention at Copper Mountain, Summit County, Colorado on July 19–23, 2023 are now open.
Dinosaur Ridge Hawk Watch is seeking volunteers to monitor raptor migration on Dinosaur Ridge during the spring migration season.
Dead geese are scattered on the ice of local lakes and reservoirs. Egg prices are over $7 per dozen and the shelves are still bare. Friends and social media posts are recommending removing our songbird feeders. What is going on?
Beginning in January 2023 you can include a $29 Colorado State Park pass with your vehicle registration.
Middle Park is your best bet for finding Cassia Crossbills in Colorado, but you’ll need sharp ears to tell them apart from the other Red Crossbills of the state.
The afternoon of September 21, 2022 was very gray with some rain. Linda Chittum and Ada Jones were driving country roads near Mack, Mesa County, Colorado looking for any birds that may be around on a dreary day. Read the article to hear Linda Chittum describe finding a Thick-billed Kingbird.