Advancing Water Security in Arizona
Water is the most precious resource in the West—for people, birds, and other wildlife.
In the American West, water is life—for people, and for nature. Birds tell us there are essential freshwater-dependent habitats throughout the West—these include the rivers of the Colorado River Basin; as well as the tributaries, wetlands, and groundwater connections to essential waterways.
In Arizona, Audubon pursues science, promotes policies, and encourages on-the-ground conservation that supports river and habitat health—for birds and people. We work within our Water strategy to maintain river and groundwater levels; restore valuable habitat; and promote reliable water supplies for humans, birds, fish, and wildlife. Audubon seeks a livable and equitable future in the West.
Learn more about our work to secure water for birds and people in Arizona:
Get Involved and Take Action
Audubon mobilizes advocacy actions through our Western Rivers Action Network, which is a community of organizations, advocates, and constituents who want to protect and restore healthy rivers and support a variety of other conservation goals across the arid West. Join today.