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Earth Matters / SW New Mexico Audubon

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In this week’s edition of Earth Matters, co-producer Nathan Newcomer interviews Nancy Kaminski, Sara Boyett, and Lisa Fields from the Southwestern New Mexico Audubon Society. They discuss many of the important work that the Audubon Society is doing here in the Gila Region, including efforts to protect the Gila River, and designated Important Bird Areas, which overlap with potential new Wilderness Areas.

Other topics discussed include: volunteer Bird Counts open to the public, citizen science efforts, and the long-standing efforts of the Audubon Society in helping to craft national policy that dates back over a century!

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Earth Matters / SW New Mexico Audubon

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