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When considering birding locales during the winter, Costa Rica, Arizona or southern Texas come to mind. But right here in Denver some unique and beautiful birds are easy to spot. Sure, there are more than enough Canada geese hanging out in our... more

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Why do Coloradans know so much about nature? Because we have been conducting citizen science projects for years, decades even. In fact, not just those of us living in Colorado, but people from all over the country have been... more

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Each December, we go through a flurry of gift giving with friends, family and coworkers. We also give to the numerous charitable organizations who depend upon contributions to fulfill their mission. Just last month, more than $36 million was... more

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Washington Park is one of Denver’s gems. However, if you spend even a few minutes there, it’s hard to miss the Canadian geese and their droppings. The geese population is at its peak right now due to the seasonal migration. more

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Each December we go through a flurry of gift giving with friends, family and coworkers. We also give to the numerous charitable organizations who depend upon contributions to fulfill their mission. Just last month, more than $36 million was raised... more

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My husband and I are empty nesters. We moved to Denver seven years ago. My husband was born and raised here and it is his dream to spend the rest of his life here in the city that he loves. Empty nesters are the seconded largest group moving to more

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Who can pass up the urge to rescue an injured bird? Those big eyes seem to plead for a helping hand. However, that is not always the best approach, as the bird and even the human, can be put at additional risk. In fact, in Colorado, it is unlawful... more

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Along with the ubiquitous Subaru, casual dress codes and impressive Patagonia puffy jacket collection, Coloradans have long been known by another persistent stereotype: our love of dogs. We take them everywhere, pride ourselves on our... more

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Dog ownership is surging. A survey by research firm Mintel reported that 50 percent of the U.S. population own dogs. Among Millennials, it rises to 71 percent among men, and 62 percent among women. With growing housing density attracting younger... more

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Imagine that you are a Canada goose flying over Denver with your flock. Looking down, you see a large open space (safe from predators!) covered in lush green Kentucky Bluegrass (your favorite!) surrounding two, calm freshwater lakes. more

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Both the City and Denver Zoo management need to comply with terms of their operating agreement, and the zoo’s board of directors needs to follow its bylaws and adopt some best practices, according to a report released by Denver Auditor... more

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Pick any part of an owl’s body and you’ll find that part to be essential to stealth hunting. We all know owls’ eyes see better than ours. For instance, they can see a mouse a mile away and can visually track prey on the darkest nights of the year. more

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If you heard there was a 100-year-old law that made it illegal to pick up and keep a bird feather or rescue an abandoned baby bird, you might think it was time to get rid of that law. more

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What animal could be more symbolic of the Fourth of July than the bald eagle? These birds appear on our currency, our national seal, the seal of the president of the United States and many U.S. federal agencies’ logos. more

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The fall in Colorado offers a lot of delight in road trips into the mountains to view the changing leaves, feel the crisp fall air and try local produce and wine that are plentiful this time of year. more

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Dogs and their people will once again take over Washington Park on Sat., May 2. more

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Denver Dumb Friends League (DDFL) has been around since 1910 and is now the largest community-based animal welfare organization in the Rocky Mountain region. The annual Furry Scurry is their largest fundraising event. more

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