A Colorado family tried to save their cattle ranch by betting big on rare birds. It’s paying off.
From getting the folks at Audubon to certify the ranch as bird-friendly, to selling carbon sequestration credits for the tall grass, the May Ranch near Lamar is modernizing stewardship.
Bird count examines what happens when high-country Colorado irrigators use less water
As the state mulls paying irrigators to leave water in the Colorado River instead of flooding fields, Audubon Rockies is using bird counts in the northwest part of the state to gauge the implications of intentionally drying the landscape.
Industries could dump more pollution into Colorado rivers under proposed rule change that goes against recommendations
Clean water advocates say a state commission is preparing to double down on a bad decision last year that failed to protect Clear Creek and the South Platte, and that a broader ruling may endanger more pristine streams.