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

Climate

Finding Your Climate Story

— Stories not only teach us how to act – they inspire us to act.
A hot New Mexico summer doesn't stop volunteers from working to restore our Bosque
Conservation

A hot New Mexico summer doesn't stop volunteers from working to restore our Bosque

— For a second year in a row, volunteers join Audubon New Mexico and our partners in a volunteer planting day aimed at recovering valuable habitat for birds, wildlife, and people.
Join New Mexico's Western Rivers Bird Count
Birding New Mexico

Join New Mexico's Western Rivers Bird Count

— May through June 2019. Help us understand how birds use riparian corridors in the American West while exploring your favorite rivers.
A Celebration of International Women's Month
About Us

A Celebration of International Women's Month

— Women are leaders in conservation and that is something to celebrate. Join us in reflecting on how the women in our lives connect us to nature, our communities, and to conservation in the western U.S.
Is the Rio Grande ready for fall migration?
Conservation

Is the Rio Grande ready for fall migration?

— Audubon New Mexico and other advocates for the Rio Grande work to keep the river wet for birds, wildlife, and people.
A Community Comes Together to Build a Sanctuary for Birds, Wildlife, and People
Get Involved

A Community Comes Together to Build a Sanctuary for Birds, Wildlife, and People

— On the ground work with Audubon New Mexico and partners leads to a fulfilling day of service
Transforming an old Albuquerque dairy into a sanctuary for birds, wildlife, and people
Get Involved

Transforming an old Albuquerque dairy into a sanctuary for birds, wildlife, and people

— A partnership between Audubon New Mexico, Valle de Oro National Wildlife Refuge, and the Coca-Cola Foundation aim to restore valuable habitat in the historic Rio Grande Floodplain
Community Science Means Conservation is for All
Birding New Mexico

Community Science Means Conservation is for All

— Audubon New Mexico continues old traditions with fresh new language
New Mexico: Consider the Sandhill Crane
Birding New Mexico

New Mexico: Consider the Sandhill Crane

— The Sandhill Crane is a bird that easily demonstrates the critical importance of water and how people can affect positive change for the benefit of nature