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George Mayfield (720-289-9395) has announced the cancellation of the Wheat Ridge Green Belt field trip December 5 due to weather. George plans to reschedule this trip in January or February.
The posting of the historic series of Lark Bunting newsletters has been completed. In the previous post I gave a little history of the newsletter and its editors. Now we can review the changes that have taken place over the … Continue reading
In late June the webmaster received disks with all the copies of The Lark Bunting from its initial publication in October, 1965 through the current year (2013). These disks were prepared by Kristine Haglund, Archivist & Chair, Bailey Library & … Continue reading
The June 2013 field trips are scheduled and available on the web site. The trips will cover a variety of locations and habitats. Bob Shade is introducing a new location, be sure to check it out for June 22nd.
Get out there and enjoy the birds!
We have revised the Guidelines for Field Trip leaders to better reflect DFO policy. The major change is in the instructions for using eBird for reporting the birds seen on a field trip. We encourage all trip leaders to report … Continue reading
Research, Education and Conservation Funds available for 2013 Attention all DFO members! Through the many very generous donations given by membership the DFO Research, Education, and Conservation Fund has $5000 available for grants in 2013. Grants will be awarded for … Continue reading
Volunteers who work hard to schedule your field trip and the months for which they are responsible have been added to the website. These folks contact leaders and prepare the schedules and locations for field trips throughout the year. You … Continue reading
The 59th Denver Area Christmas Bird Count has been compiled and we are posting the results on this web site. One hundred seven species were observed across the 22 areas and feeder sites, there were 31,552 individual birds on the … Continue reading
We have a full schedule of January field trips to help you start the New Year. The trips visit a variety of habitats and will get you started on your 2013 list if you are so inclined. Trips go to … Continue reading
Jacques Chartier has contributed more photos of local birds: a Black-headed Grosbeak at Roxborough State Park on a trip lead by Doris Cruz and a Bald Eagle making a winter visit to Cherry Creek State Park For a couple of … Continue reading