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!
Grand Valley Audubon strives to provide information, education, and activities to help everyone get outside and connect with the spectacular natural area we call home.
DID YOU KNOW...
If you are a National Audubon Member (and receive the magazine)less than $2.00 of your dues are returned to your local Grand Valley Audubon (GVAS) chapter? We ask you to join us locally because 100% remains local and directly benefits local chapter activities. Thank you!
Photo: Great Horned Owl: Lori Shuler, Highline Lake State Park, 11-16-23
Check out the GVAS Photo Gallery here.
SLIDESHOW OF BIRDS & PAST EVENTS:
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.
> March 23-24 Sandhill Crane Festival