Audubon New Mexico

The state office of the National Audubon Society for New Mexico

Clark's Nutcracker Photo: Gary Churchill, Audubon Photography Awards

Water for Birds & People

In the arid West, we are all connected by rivers; they are the ribbons of life for our land, our economy, and our way of life.

The Rio Grande

Conservation Ranching

Partnering with Ranchers to restore and enhance imperiled grasslands throughout the American West.

Ranney Ranch

Nature-based Science Education Programs

Offering hands-on, creative, nature-based activities that bring science curriculum to life.

Summer Camp Program

Randall Davey Audubon Center & Sanctuary

Located in Santa Fe, New Mexico, where nature and history intersect on 135 acres of striking landscapes.

Birds of New Mexico
Birds

Birds of New Mexico

With 542 species in New Mexico, you're sure to find more than a few new birds to add to your list!

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Important Bird Areas
Important Bird Areas

Important Bird Areas

Audubon New Mexico’s efforts focus on the importance of protecting key habitats. Where birds thrive, people prosper!

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Our State's Birds

Recent News

United for the Rio: How we celebrated Earth Day 2022
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United for the Rio: How we celebrated Earth Day 2022

Audubon Southwest collaborated with pro soccer team New Mexico United to celebrate Earth Day and promote conservation of the Rio Grande.

Notes from the Rio, June 2022
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Notes from the Rio, June 2022

New Mexico Desperately Needs an Environmental Flow Program

Dear Audubon Southwest, Should I keep my feeders up?
Birds

Dear Audubon Southwest, Should I keep my feeders up?

Your guide to feeding birds amidst an avian flu outbreak

Audubon Southwest's Bird of the Month for April
Priority Birds

Audubon Southwest's Bird of the Month for April

The Pinyon Jay, Gymnorhinus cyanocephalus

Staff Highlight: Quantina Martine
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Staff Highlight: Quantina Martine

Water Research Associate and Passionate Collaborator

How you can help, right now

Audubon Arizona and Audubon New Mexico have joined forces to become Audubon Southwest.