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Rare Beer Alert: Rain Crow IPA
Western Rivers Action Network

Rare Beer Alert: Rain Crow IPA

Collaborative Brew Release - Friday, August 30th at Borderlands Brewing Company

Cuckoos and Butterflies: River Pathways Field Dispatch
Western Rivers Action Network

Cuckoos and Butterflies: River Pathways Field Dispatch

Meet this summer's interns and witness a rare moment on the Agua Fria River.

In the Field—Western Rivers Bird Count
Western Rivers Action Network

In the Field—Western Rivers Bird Count

A dispatch from Arizona’s Salt River.

International Infrastructure Issues Threaten Arizona’s Santa Cruz River
Western Rivers Action Network

International Infrastructure Issues Threaten Arizona’s Santa Cruz River

Why fixing a nine-mile sewage pipe is crucial for people and birds.

Rare Beer Alert: Hummingbird Springs Tart Saison
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Rare Beer Alert: Hummingbird Springs Tart Saison

Announcing Audubon’s First Bird-Friendly Beer Garden

Arizona Needs to Resolve Long-Running Lawsuit in Order to Protect Rivers
Western Rivers Action Network

Arizona Needs to Resolve Long-Running Lawsuit in Order to Protect Rivers

Tied up in court for over 40 years, water rights uncertainty surrounds the state’s rivers.

A Colorado River Drought Contingency Plan Is in Place—Now What?
Western Rivers Action Network

A Colorado River Drought Contingency Plan Is in Place—Now What?

Audubon charts a course for conservation on the Colorado River.

Outdoor Recreation Along Arizona’s Waterways is a $13.5 Billion Industry, Ranked Higher than Golf and Mining, New Report Says
Western Rivers Action Network

Outdoor Recreation Along Arizona’s Waterways is a $13.5 Billion Industry, Ranked Higher than Golf and Mining, New Report Says

The study also indicates 114,000 jobs supported by recreation along state’s rivers, lakes, and streams.

New Federal Rule Would Reduce Protections for Water in the West, Harming People and Birds
Western Rivers Action Network

New Federal Rule Would Reduce Protections for Water in the West, Harming People and Birds

The Trump Administration’s revised Waters of the United States rule would shrink the number of waterways protected under the Clean Water Act.

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