For five years, WFO has had a partnership with CFO that allows our members attend CFO conventions at the same rate as CFO members. This year’s CFO convention in Pueblo, May 19–23, features numerous full-day and half-day field trips plus two evening excursions for rails and owls. Also on the schedule are scientific sessions and a banquet with keynote speaker. (Above: Field trip at Tamarack Ranch State Wildlife Area, Logan County. Photo: Peter Gent)
Pueblo and the surrounding region host a wide variety of eastern and western bird species due to the proximity to the Central Flyway and its diverse habitats. The state list surpasses 515 species.
If you are a current WFO member and wish to register for the CFO convention, be sure to enter the following coupon code to get the discounted rate: WFOPueblo2022.
If you haven’t renewed your WFO membership—or are not yet a WFO member—now is a great time to renew or join!