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President’s Message - about speaking up for birds

It’s easy in these divided political times to give up all hope and not take any action whatsoever.  However there are a few of us who diligently answer Action Alerts. It is the one thing that I consistently do. A lot of other duties, honestly I let slide… like vacuuming. But when it comes to Action Alerts, I try to send in a letter each and every time. ‘Send in a letter’ sounds like WORK, but it isn’t!  It’s easy and that’s why I am consistent and diligent.  

Hit the link below. That takes you to National Audubon’s Action Alert page. Pick any one. Create your Fast Action Profile when you answer your first alert. From then on – it can literally take one minute, ONE MINUTE, to speak up for birds. They can’t – but you can! - by Kay Hawklee

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  • 1 Dec 2022 8:05 PM | Admin (Administrator)

    American Golden-Plover.The American Golden-Plover, which nests in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, makes one of the longest migratory journeys of any shorebird.

    The Arctic National Wildlife Refuge will always be threatened with oil and gas development until Congress permanently protects this vital wildlife habitat once and for all. While it's great news that the Interior Department recently announced it was suspending oil and gas leases in the Refuge pending further review, it is only a temporary reprieve. It's time for Congress to work with the president to repeal the leasing program and permanently protect the Refuge.

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    Please urge your representatives in Congress and President Biden to act quickly to permanently protect the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. 

    Photo: Mary D'A
  • 29 Nov 2022 4:45 PM | Admin (Administrator)

    Tipping Point Species: Birds in decline

    The 2022 State of the Birds report is the first overall assessment of the nation’s birds since a 2019 Science study indicating the United States and Canada have lost more than 3 billion birds in the past 50 years. “We're basically watching the process of the sixth mass extinction,” says Marra, who is a co-author of the 2019 paper.

    According to a new study, North America is home to nearly three billion fewer birds today compared to 1970—that’s more than 1 in 4 birds that have disappeared from the landscape in a mere half a century.  1 in 4 birds just gone!

    Want to take Action to help birds? Go to this link, once you’ve set up your ActionAlert profile, it can take less than one minute to speak up for birds!

    Take Action now!

Birds can save the world:

Birds can save the world. Says John Fitzpatrick, the Louis Agassiz Fuertes Director of the Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology. "Fitz" explains in the video how saving the world for birds - saves it for all.

Father of eBird video

Northern Arizona Audubon

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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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