News and Updates

News & Updates

Historic $300 million appropriated for New Mexico water conservation, agriculture, and outdoor recreation
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Historic $300 million appropriated for New Mexico water conservation, agriculture, and outdoor recreation

State legislative session results in Audubon-supported funding for Land of Enchantment Legacy Fund

Bird of the Month: Rock Wren (Salpinctes obsoletus)
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Bird of the Month: Rock Wren (Salpinctes obsoletus)

Just in time for the changing season, you can listen for this bird of the month’s song! Rock Wrens are remarkable singers that can have a song repertoire of more than 100 song types, many of which appear to be learned from their neighbors.

Bird of the Month: Lucy’s Warbler (Oreothlypis luciae)
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Bird of the Month: Lucy’s Warbler (Oreothlypis luciae)

Lucy’s Warblers are small, desert-dwelling warblers found in the Southwestern United States. These warblers have historically found their stronghold in dense, lowland riparian mesquite bosques, which can be some of the hottest places in the country.

New Mexico legislative session could bring millions to conservation efforts
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New Mexico legislative session could bring millions to conservation efforts

The Land of Enchantment Legacy Fund would provide support toward the preservation of New Mexico land, water, and bird populations.

The Great Backyard Bird Count
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The Great Backyard Bird Count

February 16-19, 2024

Western Yellow-Billed Cuckoo Survey Training, June 20-21, 2024
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Western Yellow-Billed Cuckoo Survey Training, June 20-21, 2024

Registration is closed. Contact us to be added to the waitlist.

Audubon Southwest Year in Review
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Audubon Southwest Year in Review

Your support helped us achieve great things in 2023

Which Winter Bird Are YOU?
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Which Winter Bird Are YOU?

Learn more about the Christmas Bird Count!

No Snake Left in the Cold
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No Snake Left in the Cold

Conservation Workdays Make Their Way to the Appleton-Whittell Research Ranch

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