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OUTREACH

It's Time to Migrate!

As summer temperatures fade away in the rearview mirror, birds begin their migration southward. Long-time residents of the southwestern deserts are all too familiar with the term, ‘snowbirds.’ Although we often think of retirees flocking to warm desert communities, like Yuma, Arizona, to spend their summers, the term also describes the annual migration of birds.

WILDLIFE

The 2020 Colorado River Terrestrial and Riparian (CRTR) Meeting Update

The 2020 Colorado River Terrestrial and Riparian (CRTR) Meeting was held January 28-30, 2020 in Laughlin NV. The agenda and the presentations are available here.

FISHERIES

ASU Students Gain Hands-on Experience with Native Fish Conservation at Lake Havasu

Five students from Arizona State University Colleges at Lake Havasu City got up close and personal with endangered fish conservation efforts during this year’s “razorback roundup” on Lake Havasu.  Lake Havasu is home to three native Colorado River fish, including the razorback sucker, bonytail, and the flannelmouth sucker.