To promote the enjoyment, conservation and understanding of birds, other wildlife, and their habitats, through birding, education, advocacy and fellowship.


Roaring Fork Audubon encourages all birders to read and follow the ABA's Birding Code of Ethics.

Please click the link below to read the birding code of ethics.
ABA's BIRDING CODE OF ETHICS CLICK HERE.

  • Sandhill Crane

    Sandhill Crane

  • Prothonotary Warbler

    Prothonotary Warbler

  • Northern Shoveler

    Northern Shoveler

  • Osprey

    Osprey

  • Northern Pintail

    Northern Pintail

  • Northern Harrier

    Northern Harrier

  • Mallard

    Mallard

  • Common Merganser

    Common Merganser

  • Canada Goose

    Canada Goose

  • Cinnamon Teal

    Cinnamon Teal

 Weekly Birding for Beginners

Date: 1st & 3rd Thursday of the month, May – August
Length of Trip: 2hrs, 7:00am – 9:00am
Location: River Valley Ranch
Meeting Location: Take the south entrance into RVR and look for us on the left just before the bridge. This trail is the old Riverfront Trail.
Description: Join us for a short 7-9 am bird walk that’s great for beginners! Every first and third Thursday of the month, May – August, Roaring Fork Audubon (RFA) Board Members will be waiting at the small parking area just before the south bridge. Take the south entrance into RVR and look for us on the left just before the bridge. This trail is the old Riverfront Trail. RFA has installed several nest boxes and have been monitoring the impressive bird activity for some time. See what’s happening in your neighborhood!


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