Audubon Arizona

Yuma Ridgway's Rail. Photo: Claudio Contreras Koob

We envision an Arizona with a rich and diverse natural heritage, where there is ample habitat for birds and other wildlife, where a majority of its people appreciate and participate in their natural environment, and whose children are educated and motivated to become the conservation leaders of tomorrow.

Downtown Owls
Conservation

Downtown Owls

Join Audubon Arizona, Wild at Heart and the City of Phoenix to help Burrowing Owls in the Phoenix valley

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Recent News

Finding the Yuma Ridgway's Rail
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Finding the Yuma Ridgway's Rail

Thanks to the Arthur L. and Elaine V. Johnson Foundation and Sonoran Join Venture, Audubon's project to protect the marsh bird is underway.

A Year of Action for Arizona’s Rivers
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A Year of Action for Arizona’s Rivers

Arizona WRAN News: December 2018

Audubon Arizona and Partners Selected for Water Public Art Challenge
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Audubon Arizona and Partners Selected for Water Public Art Challenge

Arizona Community Foundation will grant $50,000 for the project.

Winter Burrowing Owl Releases
Conservation

Winter Burrowing Owl Releases

Winter releases are happening now—and your help is needed.

Verde River Yellow-billed Cuckoo Surveys
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Verde River Yellow-billed Cuckoo Surveys

Prescott Audubon Society 2018 Report

A Year of Conservation Success With Arizona's Important Bird Areas
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A Year of Conservation Success With Arizona's Important Bird Areas

Arizona's recent accomplishments in the monitoring and stewardship of its IBAs

How you can help, right now