A group of people walk along the outside of a government building.
Western Rivers Day at the Arizona State Capitol. Photo: Dominic Arenas/Audubon

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You are one of the most powerful change makers when it comes to protecting birds and the places they need.

The decisions made by our local, state, and federal officials have a huge impact on birds, fish, other wildlife—and of course, people. And right now, it’s as important as ever to stand up and be heard. 

Birds can’t speak for themselves; we have to speak on their behalf. Your voice is needed to ensure we have healthy, flowing rivers, and habitat for people and birds across the southwest. Join us to advance policies that protect birds and the places they need, today and tomorrow. 

Join the Western Rivers Action Network today.

Audubon’s Western Rivers Action Network (WRAN) is a community of advocates who want to protect and restore healthy rivers as well as support a variety of other conservation goals across the arid west. We support policies that leave more water in rivers, protect and restore habitat, protect our groundwater resources, improve access to clean and reliable water, and boost conservation statewide. WRAN can help you reach your elected officials and other decision-makers, make your voice heard, and give you the knowledge and tools you need to advocate for what you care about.

Western Rivers Action Network

Join the Western Rivers Action Network

Join Audubon's Western Water Action Network to receive action alerts about water issues, as well as issues that are affecting birds nationwide. You will be able to weigh in on water management decisions that will shape the future of Western rivers, lakes and the birds, wildlife, and people that depend on them.

Current Opportunities to Take Action

Check back frequently to find new opportunities to take action. You can also subscribe to Audubon Southwest's emails to be notified of advocacy opportunities in real-time.

How you can help, right now