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Western Water News

Grand Canyon’s Ecosystem at Risk with Colorado River Crisis

By Jennifer Pitt
July 27, 2022 — We must address climate change to protect everything that depends on the River, including an iconic national park and its many fish and birds.

Mangroves, a Line of Defense Against Climate Change

By Audubon Americas
July 27, 2022 — Julio Montes de Oca, director of Coastal Resilience for the Americas, shares how Audubon is advancing in Latin America and the Caribbean one of the priority hemispheric strategies.
Press Room

Bird Protections, Conservation Programs May Receive Increased Federal Funding

By National Audubon Society
July 21, 2022 — Congress continues working on federal spending bills as September deadline inches nearer.

Audubon’s 2023 Bird Budget: Federal Funding Priorities to Bring Birds Back

By National Audubon Society
July 21, 2022 — In the next fiscal year, Congress must build upon recent funding success to continue investment in ecosystems and communities across the country.

Why Did the Siskin Cross the Continent?

By Ryan F. Mandelbaum
July 21, 2022 — A bird banded in Maryland two years ago turned up this spring in British Columbia, highlighting the nomadic lifestyle of one finch species.

10 Fun Facts About the Pileated Woodpecker

By Jenny McKee
July 19, 2022 — From their flaming red crest to their maniacal laughing calls, this is one bird you don’t want to miss.

New Study Shakes Up Long-held Belief on Woodpecker Hammering

By Jenny McKee
July 14, 2022 — The findings refute the theory that the birds’ skulls act like helmets, absorbing the shock of impact. Instead, they minimize it to strike harder.
A Tree Swallow in flight holds a pine needle in its bill. Slightly off the ground, the bird’s wings are pointing down, its tail slightly slanted. The bottom of the image is a blurred green, the grass coming into focus closer to the bird.
Audubon Photography Awards

The 2022 Audubon Photography Awards: The Top 100

By The Editors
July 13, 2022 — Moments of delight and awe abound in this collection of standout bird photography. Scroll through and learn the story behind each shot.