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At Audubon New Mexico, an exciting 2018 will give way to a momentous 2019.
Climate change is a statewide problem here in New Mexico.
Where is your favorite place to bird?
The word, “volunteer” doesn’t define enough the generous dedication of the people that help to make the Center what it is. The staff can’t imagine a summer without volunteers – it’s just not possible.
Creating an outdoor natural history experience with a twist of fun, artistic and creative science discoveries.
As winter nears, days get shorter and food become more difficult to find, many birds migrate south in search of a place where more food is available.
Audubon New Mexico is proud to partner with The Center for New Mexico Archaeology - Museum of Indian Arts and Culture to bring awareness of the importance of birds in our environment and culture.
Audubon New Mexico and other advocates for the Rio Grande work to keep the river wet for birds, wildlife, and people.