Avian Researcher, Colorado Parks and Wildlife
“Bald Eagles in our backyard:
population trends, habitat use, and human impacts on Colorado’s Front Range eagles”
Thursday, November 11th, 2021
Announcements 7:00 p.m.; Program at 7:20 p.m.
Fort Collins Senior Center, 1200 Raintree Dr.
***This program will also be accessible online using Zoom***
Enter the following link on your web browser at or before 7 p.m. and follow the instructions to join the meeting virtually: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89661688877
Reesa Conrey releases a newly tagged bald eagle along the St. Vrain River, July 2021. Photo credit: Mike Lockhart.
Reesa Conrey, Colorado Parks and Wildlife, will present information about how CPW and many partners, including Bird Conservancy of the Rockies have begun a 4-year study, and monitoring of population trends, habitat use, and human impacts on bald eagles along Colorado’s most densely populated corridor. The Colorado Front Range is experiencing rapid human population growth, accompanied by more housing and commercial development, energy infrastructure, and recreational use, and this area contains a high concentration of bald eagles, growing from zero nesting pairs in the 1970s to more than 90 pairs today
Reesa Conrey has been an Avian Researcher with Colorado Parks and Wildlife since 2012. Based in Fort Collins, she focuses on grassland birds and raptors statewide.
Audubon members, the public—all are welcomed to join into this virtual program!