City of Phoenix Declares 2018 Year of the Bird

The declaration celebrates native and migratory birds making their way through Phoenix.

Greater Roadrunner. Photo: Lillian Beasley/Audubon Photography Awards

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.

Snow Geese. Photo: Robert Shupak/Audubon Photography Awards

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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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

Rain Crow IPA
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Rain Crow IPA

Arizona WRAN News – July 2018

Talking Water
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Talking Water

AZ Western Water News- June 2018

Finding the Western Yellow-billed Cuckoo
Conservation

Finding the Western Yellow-billed Cuckoo

The first Western Yellow-billed Cuckoo of the season was reported in Arizona on May 23. What do we know about the elusive bird?

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