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Answer:  Sign up for Audubon's Action Network hereSign up And answer every Action Alert from National Audubon Society!  Take action

2028 Flight Plan - Look for upcoming details on the largest conservation strategic plan Audubon has undertaken: Flight Plan - Strategic Plan Overview.pdf

"The long-term recovery of waterfowl and waterbird populations is largely due to successful policy (such as the North American Wetlands Conservation Act and U.S. Farm Bill conservation programs)..." Conservation Success Story

NAAS’s Advocacy policy is that when the experts at National Audubon and Regional, Southwest Audubon, ask our Chapter to sign onto a letter to lawmakers asking for action to save birds - we sign! They’ve already done the hard work of pulling together the scientific data that backs up the need for action. As we head into a period of time when 70 species are on the brink of losing their habitat, we must speak up and do whatever we can to save them.

Audubon's Conservation strategies

Why it is important

Join Western Rivers Action Network (WRAN)

Please weigh in on water management decisions: 

Western Rivers Day at the Arizona State Capitol

Each February – Phoenix, AZ
Join Audubon Southwest for their 2023 Western Rivers Day at the Capitol to advocate for policies that protect birds and the places they need. Register here

Speak up to save our rivers

Downward Trends Across the Board

Birds across the U.S. show downward trends in every habitat except in wetlands.

  • How can we make a difference when the rate of decline is so steep?
  • Three Billion Birds Lost
  • 1 in 4 breeding birds have been lost from the United States and Canada in the past 50 years.
  • Survival by Degrees

How Can I support NAAS conservation efforts?

Your membership dollars help us maintain and educate the public about the benefits of NAAS Sanctuaries that offer wetland habitat. However, there is much more to do to help birds who do not use wetland habitat.

  1. Support Our Birds – Grants
  2. Field Trip Fund
  3. Seed Fund
  4. General fund – maintain successful Sanctuary habitats

Make a Donation

Northern Arizona Audubon

P O Box 1496 Sedona, AZ 86339

Sanctuary Locations:

Bubbling Ponds
1950 N Page Springs Rd
Cornville AZ 86325

Sedona Wetlands
7500 W State Route 89A,
Sedona, AZ 86336
(Inbetween mile markes 365 & 366) 

Picture Canyon
N. El Paso Flagstaff Rd 
Flagstaff, Arizona

Kachina Wetlands
2263 Utility Rd,
Flagstaff, AZ 86005

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