On June 18th, the New Mexico Interstate Stream Commission, responsible for authorizing funds for the Environmental Impact Statement process, voted not to continue supporting the EIS for a diversion, ending state involvement in the project and potentially ending the project’s prospects permanently. Read more
Live-streamed discussions took place for a week in early June in which participants highlighted their joy of birding, the work they do, and the racism they have experienced. Organizers, from the group BlackAFinSTEM, have asked for responses to be shared on their social media through the hashtag #BecauseOfBlackBirdersWeek. Audubon New Mexico staff take part with the following replies.
Thank you for being a part of Audubon New Mexico's community, 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!
On April 8, 2020, we lost a beloved and generous environmental advocate and friend of Audubon New Mexico, Charmay Allred. Charmay loved life, loved her community, and enthusiastically volunteered at numerous nonprofit organizations throughout Santa Fe.
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