A portrait of Steve Prager.

Steven Prager

Outreach Biologist

Steve connects community members with conservation action opportunities – be it through bird survey, policy action, or hands-on habitat work. Specific work includes the Western Rivers Brewers' Council , Western Rivers Action Network, Important Bird Areas program, campus chapter and general chapter relations, and managing the nationally-recognized River Pathways program focused on inspiring teens toward carreers in conservation.

Steve earned a Bachelor's of Science in Conservation Biology/Ecological Sustainability from Arizona State University. When he's not looking up to find birds, he's looking down to find snakes.

Contact

steven.prager@audubon.org
602.468.6470 ext. 122

Articles by Steven Prager

Arizona's First Bird-Friendly Beer Garden
Native Plants For Native Birds

Arizona's First Bird-Friendly Beer Garden

— This is what a bird friendly community looks like.
Zoom to Your Arizona Important Bird Areas
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Zoom to Your Arizona Important Bird Areas

— Upgrade your remote meetings with Audubon Arizona IBA backgrounds
Chapter Highlight: Yellow-billed Cuckoo Surveys
Important Bird Areas

Chapter Highlight: Yellow-billed Cuckoo Surveys

— AZ WRAN News: September 2019
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
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
Springing Into Action
Western Rivers Action Network

Springing Into Action

— Arizona WRAN News: March, 2019
Getting Ready for the Year Ahead
Western Rivers Action Network

Getting Ready for the Year Ahead

— Arizona WRAN News: January 2019
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
Why are we thankful for the Colorado River? (Hint: It’s bigger than birds)
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Why are we thankful for the Colorado River? (Hint: It’s bigger than birds)

— Arizona WRAN News: November 2018