Western Water News

Protecting the Rivers of New Mexico
May 20, 2024 — New Mexico rivers named most endangered in U.S.
Great Salt Lake Levels Rising but Not Healthy Yet
May 13, 2024 — A seven-year lake level high brings relief, but not permission to slow down
Update on Arizona's Legislative Session
April 19, 2024 — Where bills stand and Audubon's budget priorities for 2024
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A Future for Birds and People in the Colorado River Basin
March 29, 2024 — Audubon and partner NGOs propose an alternative for post-2026 operations.
Coordinated Conservation and Filling Data Gaps for Saline Lake Bird Populations Needed
March 28, 2024 — Amid listing petition, Audubon is focused on increased resources and sound science.
Will the Colorado River States Agree?
March 07, 2024 — Consensus would bring better outcomes and avoid legal battles.
Replicating a Census from the Past to Protect Shorebirds of the Future
February 27, 2024 — Thirty years later surveying methods haven’t changed, but have the shorebirds we’re counting?
U.S. Geological Survey Releases ‘Integrated Science Strategy’ to Assess and Monitor Water Availability and Migratory Birds at Great Basin Saline Lake Ecosystems
February 27, 2024 — An important step forward toward informing and supporting coordinated conservation actions
Celebrating the Gila River and Supporting the NM Land of Enchantment Legacy Fund
February 27, 2024 — 100 year anniversary of Gila Wilderness reminds us of need for climate resilient funding for ongoing wildlife and river protection.
Audubon's 2024 Water Priorities at the Arizona Capitol
February 12, 2024 — Audubon and partners advocate for smart water policies to protect Arizona's water.