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About Evergreen Audubon Society

The Evergreen Audubon Society was founded first as the Evergreen Naturalists, Inc. in 1968 for the purpose of conserving and protecting the natural environment, and informing the community about the natural environment…

About The Evergreen Nature Center

The mission of The Evergreen Nature Center is to foster contagious...

Hours, Location & Contact Info

We are located in the historic warming hut on Evergreen Lake in Evergreen,...

Bear Creek Watershed Bird Checklist

We maintain a checklist of birds that can be found within the Bear Creek Watershed during all seasons of the year. The Watershed, roughly, extends from C-470 in the east to Summit Lake in the west and I-70 in the north to US-285 in the south.

Weed Awareness Campaign

Do you have Weeds or Wildflowers? Think those pretty flowers in your yards are wildflowers? They might be noxious weeds! It is crucial to our native plants and wildlife that we know the difference and control the weeds.

Local Wildlife Rescue & Rehabilitation Options

Since 2001, people from the Denver metro area, including Jeffco, have taken rescued passerines and waterfowl to WILD Bird Rehab in Denver. Unfortunately, they will not be open in 2015 due to a variety of factors, including needing to raise enough funds to build a new facility. This means it is even more important for all of us to try to prevent situations that can cause harm to birds – as well as other wild creatures.

Living with Mountain Lions

Learn more about the Mountain Lions who call the Bear Creek Watershed home. In this presentation, Colorado Parks and Wildlife shares important information about these beautiful creatures, and how to live safely among our wild neighbors.

Recent Posts From Events

Movie Screening: The Messenger

Join us for this special Denver area screening of The Messenger, presented by the Audubon Society of Greater Denver and Evergreen Audubon. The Messenger is an artful investigation into the causes of songbird mass depletion and the compassionate people who are working to turn the tide. The film takes viewers on a visually stunning, emotional journey revealing how the issues facing birds also pose daunting implications for our planet and ourselves. What can you do to help birds?

February Nature & Bird Walk

This is an “All Ages” Event for Evergreen Audubon Members and...

Recent Posts From News

President’s Message for February 2016

As the new president of Evergreen Audubon. I want to express my deepest gratitude to all the

past presidents, especially our most recent, Brad Andres. I will do my best to match Brad’s

dedication and enthusiasm. I also want to welcome…

The February Dipper is Out!

If you’d like to download a printable version of our February 2016...

Position Opening: Executive Director for Evergreen Nature Center

Evergreen Audubon seeks a passionate and versatile new director to continue to grow Evergreen Nature Center (ENC) as a hub of local nature experience and environmental education in the community.