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The Rio Grande Gorge, one of Audubon’s Important Bird Areas (IBAs) in New Mexico, is now part of the Rio Grande del Norte National Monument.
This designation shines a national spotlight on the threat that an expensive and unnecessary pipeline and diversion project poses to New Mexico’s last free-flowing river.
Did you know that “song” is Tewa for porcupine? Neither did a lot of children from Santa Clara Pueblo, where Tewa is their native language, until they saw it in a recently produced brochure by Audubon and the Pueblo, with funding from TogetherGreen.
Favorite birding spots with biological significance already recognized by Audubon New Mexico as state Important Bird Areas (IBAs) recently received international recognition as Global IBAs!
Audubon thanks President Obama for permanently protecting the Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks, ensuring that sky islands and critical grasslands that support more than sixty bird species of conservation concern will remain intact.