Whether you're an experienced birder, or just want to learn more about the amazing wildlife and important habitats in the Grand Valley and Mesa County, we're glad you stopped by!
Palm Oil & Tropical Land Use: What You Can Do
Monday Feb. 18, 6:30 pm social, 7 pm program start
First Presbyterian Church
3940 27 1/2 Rd, GJ
How Non-native Plants affect Breeding Birds
a virtual lecture by
Dr. Desiree Narango
Monday March. 11, 6:30-8pm
Saccomanno Lecture Hall, Wubben Building, CMU
Have you ever dreamed of birding in Colombia? This beautiful country boasts over 1,900 birds species - more than any country in the world! Holbrook Travel has arranged a birding tour of Colombia in November 2019 and part of the proceeds will benefit GVAS. It's a win-win you don't want to miss. Download a detailed description here: Birding Colombia with Holbrook/GVAS
Visit the Audubon Nature Preserve
610 Dike Road, Grand Junction, 81507
(just before the entrance to
Connected Lakes State Park)
Open to the public for walking, bird and nature-watching. Please leave it as you found it.
The Winter issue of our newsletter, The Great Blue Herald, is out! Read it here
Want to find the best birding spots in Mesa County, become a citizen scientist, or visit the Grand Valley Audubon Nature Preserve in Grand Junction? We've got the information you need right here.
Help Support Grand Valley Audubon when you shop on Amazon
(at no cost to you!)
The AmazonSmile Foundation will donate 0.5% of your purchase price to GVAS when you designate Grand Valley Audubon Society as your charity. Every little bit helps us conserve habitat and provide environmental education right here in the Grand Valley! You can visit AmazonSmile here:
Want to see our data?
GVAS's citizen scientists have been counting birds and gathering data. Want to see our Spring Count results? Or how Tumacanbac raptor counts have fared over the years? Visit our Resources page.