Education & Outreach

Watch our Spring Webinar Series!

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!
Save the Date for our upcoming habitat workday at Sevilleta National Wildlife Refuge!

Save the Date for our upcoming habitat workday at Sevilleta National Wildlife Refuge!

— Join us on Saturday February 22 2020 to restore habitat for the Southwestern Willow Flycatcher, and Yellow-billed Cuckoo along the Rio Grande. All ages and abilities are welcome.
The David Jay Henderson Pavilion is completed!

The David Jay Henderson Pavilion is completed!

— Before, During, and After
Audubon NM Participates in Pride, Santa Fe

Audubon NM Participates in Pride, Santa Fe

— With a Let's Go Birding Together event and community education
Is Homemade Compost better for growing healthier plants than plant food from a store?

Is Homemade Compost better for growing healthier plants than plant food from a store?

— We asked our “Compost Expert” and Audubon New Mexico’s education director, Scot Pipkin.
Audubon Kicks Off the School Year with Expanded Programming

Audubon Kicks Off the School Year with Expanded Programming

— For many teachers, Audubon programs are the only substantive science lessons their students receive.
Birds of a Feather Explore Together

Birds of a Feather Explore Together

New Mexico's students learn why birds play a critical role in indicating the health of our world and how changes in their circumstance warn of threats to habitats and natural systems critical to all life.