Share the View - International Nature Photo Contest
Entry Period:
October 15, 2024 -
December 5, 2024
$1,000 Grand Prize
$3,750 in additional prizes
... and more

Beneficiary Profile:

Bird Conservancy of the Rockies logo

On the Wing
© Tyler Edmonson

Bird Conservancy of the Rockies' mission is the conservation of birds and their habitats through an integrated approach of science, education and land stewardship. Based in Colorado, their work radiates across the Rocky Mountain region to the Great Plains, Mexico and beyond.

For over 30 years, Bird Conservancy of the Rockies has worked to conserve birds and their habitats across the breeding, wintering and migratory ranges -- from the mountains to the prairie grasslands. Their initiatives include bird monitoring and habitat conservation across 14 states, reaching tens of thousands through educational programs, migratory bird banding stations in three states, managing avian databases, and playing a leadership role in forging new partnerships involving private landowners, corporate and government agencies, and NGOs.

Townsends Warbler
© Tyler Edmonson

Bird Conservancy's vision is a future where birds are forever abundant, contributing to healthy landscapes and inspiring human curiosity and love of nature. Private support is critical to addressing the great conservation challenges facing people, birds and land. They welcome everyone to join their flock and get involved. Your contributions support the work of biologists, scientists and educators who are playing a leadership role in bird conservation in North America.

For 2020 Share the View: "BCR is honored and grateful to be a beneficiary in 2020's Share the View photo contest! We want to thank the event organizers for including us and contest participants for sharing their work for all to enjoy. Your entries not only support conservation through monetary contributions, but your spectacular images inspire and help connect others with the beauty of nature and the outdoors. This is especially important during a particularly challenging time when so many are coping with COVID-19's impacts on our daily lives."

Specifically, your support allowed us to expand our network and raise awareness of bird conservation. Your gift enabled our educators to translate the on-the-ground work of our biologists and share the analysis trends of our scientists through Zoom webinars that are garnering bird, nature, conservation and science enthusiasts from all over the United States - and even across the globe!

Other Beneficiaries:

African People and Wildlife