Audubon Arizona

The state office of the National Audubon Society for Arizona

Cactus Wren. Photo: Tara Lemezis/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.

Downtown Owls
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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

Dear Audubon Southwest, Should I keep my feeders up?
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Dear Audubon Southwest, Should I keep my feeders up?

Your guide to feeding birds amidst an avian flu outbreak

Audubon Southwest Bird of the Month: April
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Audubon Southwest Bird of the Month: April

The Pinyon Jay, Gymnorhinus cyanocephalus

Burrowing Owl Sculpture Carries Message of Southwest Birds at Risk
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Burrowing Owl Sculpture Carries Message of Southwest Birds at Risk

Felt artist Kiyoshi Mino brings attention to Burrowing Owl conservation efforts through her new sculpture.

Which Owl Are YOU?
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Which Owl Are YOU?

Select the answer that best reflects you and add your score to learn your owl.

What’s Your Sign?
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What’s Your Sign?

Get your Plants for Birds Horoscope 2022 for the Southwest

Cuckoos, Cattle, and Climate
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Cuckoos, Cattle, and Climate

Managing Threatened Species on the Agua Fria National Monument

Conservation Ranching
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Conservation Ranching

Keeping grass on the landscape for southwestern birds

Staff Highlight: Cathy Wise
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Staff Highlight: Cathy Wise

You don't have to be a Burrowing Owl to appreciate her work (but it helps!)

Investing in Arizona’s Water will Improve Outlook for People and Birds
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Investing in Arizona’s Water will Improve Outlook for People and Birds

Audubon’s priorities for the 2022 Arizona Legislative Session.

Audubon Southwest Year in Review
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Audubon Southwest Year in Review

Our accomplishments of 2021

How you can help, right now