Western Water News

Audubon Gives Testimony In Support of Funding to Remove Invasive Plants Along Arizona's Rivers

Audubon Gives Testimony In Support of Funding to Remove Invasive Plants Along Arizona's Rivers

— The grant funding would help restore native plants and habitat.
The Exceptional Christmas Bird Counts on Great Salt Lake

The Exceptional Christmas Bird Counts on Great Salt Lake

— A festive mix of birds and people
How Much Water Do Birds and People Need at the Salton Sea?

How Much Water Do Birds and People Need at the Salton Sea?

— Scientists with Audubon California dug deep into science to develop a calculator to find out.
Historic Agreement Reached in Arizona to Avert Devastating Water Shortages in the West: Audubon says “critical step in protecting 36 million people and 400 species of birds”

Historic Agreement Reached in Arizona to Avert Devastating Water Shortages in the West: Audubon says “critical step in protecting 36 million people and 400 species of birds”

— ‘Water is not infinite—but we’ve been treating Colorado River water like it is for decades…’
Audubon: Pass the Colorado River Drought Contingency Plan

Audubon: Pass the Colorado River Drought Contingency Plan

— Audubon Arizona's Letter to the House Natural Resources, Energy, and Water Committee
La Abundancia y la Diversidad de las Aves Aumentan en el Delta del Río Colorado después del Flujo Pulso

La Abundancia y la Diversidad de las Aves Aumentan en el Delta del Río Colorado después del Flujo Pulso

— Las Evaluaciones Científicas Determinaron de que el Acuerdo sobre el Río Colorado entre EE. UU y México es positivo para las Aves, el Ambiente, y el Río.
New Colorado Governor Expresses Support for Colorado Water Plan in First State of the State

New Colorado Governor Expresses Support for Colorado Water Plan in First State of the State

— Governor Polis to make water a priority in new administration.
Western Water Highlights and Wins in 2018

Western Water Highlights and Wins in 2018

— In 2018, we worked to protect the arid West’s greatest natural resource: WATER - for birds and people.
What happened in Vegas? When it comes to water, this doesn’t stay in Vegas

What happened in Vegas? When it comes to water, this doesn’t stay in Vegas

— Feds don’t want to gamble on risky water future—and give new urgency to complete the Colorado River Drought Contingency Plan.
Bird Abundance and Diversity Increase in Colorado River Delta after Pulse Flow

Bird Abundance and Diversity Increase in Colorado River Delta after Pulse Flow

— Science Assessment Concludes U.S.-Mexico Colorado River Agreement Positive for Birds, the Environment, and the River
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