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Montana Audubon works at the local, state and national policy levels to protect our natural heritage.

What Time of Year Are Windows Most Dangerous?

Birds are at risk anytime light is reflected from a window, and that means all year round! Seasonal migrations and the periods when birds are fledging young and/or young of the year are dispersing are particularly dangerous. When there are more birds around the risk increases, and I know we all want more birds around! But, believe it or not, and despite their’ excellent eyesight, windows or clear glass panes do not appear as a barrier anytime of the year!

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Searching For Black-billed Cuckoo With New Technology

Our Avian Technician, Bo Crees, placed Black-billed Cuckoo detectors in dense cottonwood areas around Eastern…

Chimney Swift Report 2020

Learn about Montana Audubon’s Chimney Swift 2020 survey work in eastern Montana communities: Chimney Swift…

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