Presented by Colorado Bird Atlas Partnership:

The Second Colorado Breeding Bird Atlas


Welcome to the website for the Second Colorado Breeding Bird Atlas! This site provides information on Colorado Breeding Bird Atlas history, Methods, and Results, with a link to purchase the new 744-page book, The Second Colorado Breeding Bird Atlas, edited by Lynn. E. Wickersham. Co-publishers Colorado Bird Atlas Partnership and Colorado Parks and Wildlife released the book in November of 2016 to a welcoming audience. The book provides a wealth of information on the distribution, habitat use, and breeding phenology of Colorado’s birds. Please take some time to peruse the website and learn more about the Atlas.

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    Burrowing Owl

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    Common Merganser

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    Dusky Grouse

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    Great Blue Heron

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    Northern Goshawk

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    Ladder-Backed Woodpecker

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    Lark Bunting

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    Band-tailed Pigeon

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    Western Grebe

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    Juniper Titmouse

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    Loggerhead Shrike