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Yellow-billed Cuckoo. Mary Miguez/Audubon Photography Awards
Western Water News

Over 150,000 Acres of Critical Habitat Designated for the Western Yellow-billed Cuckoo in Arizona

By Steven Prager
May 05, 2021 — How Audubon made a difference for one of the West's most imperiled birds.
Reddish Egret. Marjie Goldberg/Audubon Photography Awards

President Biden Uses His First 100 Days to Protect the Ocean

By Charlotte Runzel
May 04, 2021 — New policies like offshore energy reform and climate-ready fisheries will protect birds and people from climate change.
Western Water News

Más de 150.000 acres de hábitat crítico designados para el cuclillo pico amarillo en Arizona

By Steven Prager
May 04, 2021 — Cómo Audubon marcó la diferencia para una de las aves más amenazadas de Occidente
Great Egret. Rick Derevan/Audubon Photography Awards

Audubon Board Addresses Workplace Culture

By Maggie Walker
May 03, 2021 — Work has begun to improve transparency between board and management and strengthen its governance practices.

Largest-ever Seabird Action Week Demonstrates the Power of the Audubon Network

By Maddox Wolfe
April 30, 2021 — Audubon’s third annual advocacy week brings activists together from around the country to speak up for seabirds.
Lee's Ferry in the Grand Canyon. Jonathan Buford/Arizona Wilderness Brewing Company
Western Water News

Experimental High Spring Flows in the Grand Canyon

By Julia Morton
April 30, 2021 — Demonstrated potential for creativity in future Colorado River operations
Bushtit on an Oregon Grape. Luke Franke/Audubon

Reigning in Carbon Emissions and Advancing Justice in Washington State

By National Audubon Society
April 30, 2021 — Climate and environmental justice made progress in the 2021 Washington State Legislature
Eared Grebes with chicks. Wendy Crowe/Audubon Photography Awards
Western Water News

U.S. Senators Re-Introduce Science-based Program for Unique Saline (Salt) Lake Ecosystems

By Marcelle Shoop
April 29, 2021 — Audubon science makes case for federally coordinated assessment of interconnected ecosystems essential in the arid West, supporting people and birds.