Water

Arizona, Nevada, and Mexico to make Mandatory Reductions in Colorado River Water Use in 2020

Arizona, Nevada, and Mexico to make Mandatory Reductions in Colorado River Water Use in 2020

— With new drought plan in place, Lake Mead to enter ‘Tier Zero’ operations.
What It's Like to Catch and Band a Yuma Ridgway’s Rail

What It's Like to Catch and Band a Yuma Ridgway’s Rail

— Tracking the movements of an elusive marsh bird.
Potential New Ways to Determine the Movement of Phalaropes

Potential New Ways to Determine the Movement of Phalaropes

— Budding technology creates networks that would inform the conservation and management of Phalaropes.
Protecting and Celebrating an Oasis for Birds in the Great Basin

Protecting and Celebrating an Oasis for Birds in the Great Basin

— Lahontan Valley's wetlands provide critical habitat for birds.
International Infrastructure Issues Threaten Arizona’s Santa Cruz River

International Infrastructure Issues Threaten Arizona’s Santa Cruz River

— Why fixing a nine-mile sewage pipe is crucial for people and birds.
A Colorado River Drought Contingency Plan Is in Place—Now What?

A Colorado River Drought Contingency Plan Is in Place—Now What?

— Audubon charts a course for conservation on the Colorado River.
Climate Change and Water Use Will Determine the Future of Great Basin Waterbirds

Climate Change and Water Use Will Determine the Future of Great Basin Waterbirds

— Science and planning can help ensure their continued existence.
Outdoor Recreation Along Arizona’s Waterways is a $13.5 Billion Industry, Ranked Higher than Golf and Mining, New Report Says

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

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.
How Flexible Water Management could Benefit both People and Birds

How Flexible Water Management could Benefit both People and Birds

— Exploring a water banking system that works for Utah.
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