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Western Water News

Planting along the Colorado River with the Cocopah Indian Tribe and Yuma Audubon

By Nancy Meister
April 19, 2021 — Collaborative Restoration in the time of COVID-19

Birds May Hold Clues to the 'Bizarre' Life Cycle of Brood X Cicadas

By Kaitlin Sullivan
April 19, 2021 — Billions of cicadas will emerge in the eastern United States this spring, presenting a once-in-a-17-year opportunity for scientists to understand how they shape populations of birds and other species.
A red bird with gray wings sits on the branch with green spiky pine needles. A Pine Grosbeak sits on a branch. Doug Kliewer/Audubon Photography Awards
Boreal Forests

How We Can Work Together to Build a Vision to Address Climate Change

By Jane Alexander and Jeff Wells
April 16, 2021 — The Leaders Summit on Climate is the perfect opportunity to recommit to birds and people and the places we all need.

This Producer's Joyful Bird Beats Are Wowing TikTok

By Asher Elbein
April 16, 2021 — So Wylie learned last year that owl calls are "kind of fire." Now she is expanding her catchy avian collection.

Meet Jali Makawa, Whose Expertise Proved Vital for Western Ornithologists

By Nancy Averett
April 15, 2021 — Makawa's knowledge and outdoor skills made him indispensable to the white museum curators cataloging Africa’s birds in the 20th century.

16 Virtual and In-Person Birding Festivals to Celebrate Spring Migration

By Corryn Wetzel
April 14, 2021 — Your favorite events might look a little different this year, but you’ll find online opportunities to explore birding hotspots from coast to coast.

H. Jon Benjamin’s 'Morning Bird Reports' Have Brought Joy to Many in Dark Times

By Jason Bittel
April 14, 2021 — One of America’s most recognizable voice-actors shares how the pandemic got him back into birds, why he started posting videos to Twitter, and about that one time he went fisticuffs with gulls.
Press Room

Little Rock Audubon Center Goes 100% Solar

By National Audubon Society
April 13, 2021 — Audubon becomes Arkansas’ first 100% renewable energy-powered nonprofit