A portrait of Steve Prager.

Steven Prager

Important Bird Area Program Associate & Teacher/Naturalist (High School)

Steve connects Audubon’s participants to our Important Bird Area program through teen and adult conservation education programs, advocacy opportunities, and field-based research. He manages the nationally recognized River Pathways program focused on educating teens and getting them involved in conservation projects. Steve also coordinates communications and efforts for the Western Rivers Action Network, including extending the Network through the creation of the Western Rivers Brewers' Council.

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

Contact

sprager@audubon.org
602.468.6470 ext. 122

Articles by Steven Prager

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
News

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
News

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)
News

Why are we thankful for the Colorado River? (Hint: It’s bigger than birds)

— Arizona WRAN News: November 2018
Temperatures are dropping, but so are levels at Lake Mead
News

Temperatures are dropping, but so are levels at Lake Mead

— WRAN News: September 2018