Climate Change Threatens Arizona’s Forest Birds

New Audubon report shows about half of Arizona’s birds are vulnerable.

Painted Redstart. Photo: Mick Thompson/Eastside Audubon Society

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.

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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.

Springing Into Action
Western Rivers Action Network

Springing Into Action

Arizona WRAN News: March, 2019

How Craft Beer Is Helping Save Water In the Colorado River Basin
Western Rivers Action Network

How Craft Beer Is Helping Save Water In the Colorado River Basin

The Western Rivers Brewers Council continues to be an integral partner of Audubon Arizona’s dedication to a sustainable water future.

After Major Progress in Arizona Water Policy, Audubon Continues the Cause
Western Rivers Action Network

After Major Progress in Arizona Water Policy, Audubon Continues the Cause

At its annual advocacy day, Audubon’s Western Rivers Action Network talked water with Arizona lawmakers.

The Latest on the Colorado River's System Conservation Pilot Program
Western Rivers Action Network

The Latest on the Colorado River's System Conservation Pilot Program

Audubon is urging Congress to extend the program which supports people and birds in the arid West.

Western Water Highlights and Wins in 2018
Western Rivers Action Network

Western Water Highlights and Wins in 2018

In 2018, we worked to protect the arid West’s greatest natural resource: WATER - for birds and people.

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