Water: Key to Bird Survival in the Southwest

Thursday Jan 18, 2018

3900 Osuna Rd NE
Albuquerque, NM 87109
US

Cost:

FREE

Ages:

ALL-AGES!

Contact:

Central New Mexico Audubon Society

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Desiree Loggins, Regional Network Manager and Audubon New Mexico discuss Audubon's water strategy, conservation, policy, science teams and more.

photograph: Gila river box by Jason Branch

Central New Mexico Audubon Society January program

Speaker: Desiree Loggins, Regional Network Manager, Audubon New Mexico

Although the National Audubon Society has been a bird conservation leader in the West for decades, a more comprehensive scientific look into western water has been needed—in one place, and with an eye toward birds — to help guide our strategy moving forward. Desiree Loggins, will discuss how Audubon's  water strategy engages conservation, policy,  science teams and the Audubon network to influence water management decisions in order to balance the needs of birds and people living on or near habitats dependent on fresh water across the nation.