2019 Climate Issue
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Audubon New Mexico
Quarterly Newsletter | October 2019 Climate Issue
Mountain Bluebird
The Mountain Bluebird is just one NM species threatened by climate change
Survival by Degrees: 389 Bird Species on the Brink, Audubon's new climate report

North American birds are more vulnerable than ever from rising temperatures and climate-related events

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White-crowned Sparrow
White-crowned Sparrow. Photo Amy Erickson
Climate Resiliency for the Rio Grande

I saw my first Sandhill Crane of the season last weekend. These winter residents are practically celebrities around here – they even have their own festival at Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge which hosts over 100 crane-centric events and draws thousands of visitors from all over the world. Soon cranes will be here by the thousands, along with innumerable Snow Geese and a host of other waterfowl species. 


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Acorn Woodpecker
Acorn Woodpecker. Photo Heather Roskelly
An article in the Santa Fe New Mexican highlights local partners' reaction to Audubon's Climate Report
48 of New Mexico’s birds at risk of extinction from climate change
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Cranes in Bernardo, NM
Cranes in Bernardo, NM. Photo Paul Tashjian
Climate Change Threatens New Mexico’s Sandhill Cranes and 154 Other Bird Species

It’s fall on the Rio Grande, and as the smell of roasting chiles begins to fade and the cottonwood leaves start showing their first hints of gold, we turn our eyes and ears skyward to welcome the Rocky Mountain population of Sandhill Cranes back to their winter home.
 

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Ways You Can Engage
Finding Your Climate Story

Telling stories is a powerful way to connect on shared values and influence change. Share your story with us so we can better advocate for climate action together.

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5 Actions To Help Address Climate Change
Climate change is an overwhelming, complex, and interconnected issue
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Jon Hayes
Birds & Beers: Conservation Talk
Join Audubon New Mexico’s Executive Director, Jon Hayes, at the 2nd Street Brewery, Rufina Taproom, Santa Fe on November 7 for a talk about bird conservation in our state.
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Eared Grebe
Species in Peril on the Rio Grande
December 12, 516 Arts, Albuquerque. Join Audubon New Mexico in an informal talk about the unique avian diversity found in the Land of Enchantment. We’ll discuss the species found in the Pinyon Juniper Woodlands, Riparian Forests, and Grasslands and the unique conservation challenges that each of these habitats face.
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Kathia Gonzalez
Audubon New Mexico is happy to welcome two new members to our growing staff
Kathia Gonzalez is Audubon New Mexico’s GreenStart Intern, a position funded through National Audubon Society’s Maggie Walker Grant.
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