Desiree Loggins

Southwest Regional Network Manager

Desiree Loggins is based in Albuquerque New Mexico where she is Regional Network Manager for the Southwest. She focuses on supporting Audubon's Freshwater and Western Water initiatives while also engaging communities and chapters in grassroots conservation and advocacy - focusing on Texas and New Mexico.

Articles by Desiree Loggins

Education & Outreach

Grow at Home: Caring for your seedling

— Ani Jamgyal has created a handy guide for making you successful in growing your plants
Grow at Home: Restoring the Rio Grande Floodplain Together
Education & Outreach

Grow at Home: Restoring the Rio Grande Floodplain Together

— You are invited to participate in a pilot project to restore riparian habitat along the Rio Grande from the safety of your home
Watch our Spring Webinar Series!
About Us

Watch our Spring Webinar Series!

— Thank you for being a part of Audubon New Mexico’s, sharing your feedback, and having fun with us. Here is a re-cap of wonderful birdy content for those who missed it or want to revisit. There will be two more webinars in our series before it closes for the year. Stay tuned!
Gila River Diversion Stopped
News

Gila River Diversion Stopped

— Thank you for speaking up for the Gila River!
Injured Golden Eagle flies free thanks to a bit of teamwork
Birding New Mexico

Injured Golden Eagle flies free thanks to a bit of teamwork

— Mario Garcia, Audubon New Mexico's Center Assistant at the Randall Davey Audubon Center writes about his experiences releasing a rehabilitated Golden Eagle
Center & Chapters

Arizona / New Mexico Chapter Gathering Schedule at a Glance

— April 24th -26th at the Murray Hotel Ballroom, 200 W Broadway St, Silver City, NM 88061
Center & Chapters

Arizona / New Mexico Chapter Gathering Bird Walk Detail

— April 24th -26th at the Murray Hotel Ballroom, 200 W Broadway St, Silver City, NM 88061
People power continues to restore valuable reaches of the Rio Grande ecosystem for birds and people
Get Involved

People power continues to restore valuable reaches of the Rio Grande ecosystem for birds and people

— Volunteers plant 800 trees in less than two hours on a rainy morning at Sevilleta National Wildlife Refuge
What is happening at the Roundhouse this session?
Advocacy

What is happening at the Roundhouse this session?

— Audubon New Mexico's Policy Director Judy Calman gives our first legislative update of the year!
Audubon Arizona and Audubon New Mexico have joined forces to become Audubon Southwest.