Water

A group of phalaropes swim in a lake with out of focus mountains in the distance.
Western Water News

Wilson’s Phalaropes and their Journey from Canada to Argentina

By Emily Hamel
September 25, 2023 — Key stopovers at Great Salt Lake and Mono Lake allow for 10000 mile migrations.
Western Water News

Horseshoe Reservoir: An Opportunity to Restore 

By Elija Flores
September 25, 2023 — Audubon StoryMap explores riverside habitat rehabilitation options within footprint of reservoir on the Verde River 
Western Water News

Living on a Smaller Colorado River Water Supply

By Jennifer Pitt
September 25, 2023 — Arizona, California, and Nevada are proving they can live with less.
A landscape of a river.
Western Water News

Audubon to Provide Water to Albuquerque’s Rio Grande Stretch to Protect Birds, Fish, and Communities

By Paul Tashjian
August 31, 2023 — Through partnerships, Audubon helps to keep the Rio Grande alive in town.
Western Water News

Arizona Grants $41 Million to Promote Water Savings

By Sam Draper
August 22, 2023 — Funds will support innovative water metering, agricultural improvements, and turf replacement initiatives.
Great Blue Heron flies over water
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Inflation Reduction Act is Making a Difference for Water Resources, Rural Communities, Birds

By Julie Hill-Gabriel
August 16, 2023 — Significant climate legislation one year after passage.
Western Water News

Short-term Federal Management on Colorado River Needs Long-term Outlook

By Jennifer Pitt
June 27, 2023 — And an urgent need to consider irreplaceable habitats.
Western Water News

What’s in a River’s Name?

By Abby Burk
June 22, 2023 — How the Grand River became the Colorado.
Western Water News

What Can I Do to Save Water?

By Sam Draper
June 13, 2023 — Pro tips to help you conserve Arizona’s most precious resource.
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Audubon Takes Minnesota and Wisconsin Policy Makers on Tour of Upper Mississippi

By Lindsay Brice
June 08, 2023 — Remaining river floodplain forests provide biodiversity, flood mitigation.