Northern Spotted Owl. Photo: Shane Jeffries/USFWS

House ‘drought’ bill could have disastrous effects for Central Valley birds
Water

House ‘drought’ bill could have disastrous effects for Central Valley birds

Drought bill introduced on first day of the 115th Congress rolls back protections for birds and the environment that Californians have supported for decades.

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Rising to meet the challenge
Audublog

Rising to the coming challenge to conservation

We’ve heard some unsettling things about federal conservation policy since the election that will have significant implications for birds and nature in California.

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Salton Sea
Salton Sea

Securing a home for birds at the Salton Sea

Audubon California is helping secure the future of one of the state's key bird habitats.

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Water and birds
Water

Water and birds

Audubon California is working throughout the state to ensure that birds and habitat receive the water that they need.

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Global Warming and a clean energy future
Global Warming

Global Warming

170 California birds species are in danger of extinction in the coming decades if we fail to act on global warming.

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Chapter Assembly shows strength of the chapter network
Audublog

Highlights from the Chapter Assembly

More than 100 chapter leaders from 32 chapters came to Yosemite to learn and share ideas.

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Saving the Tricolored Blackbird
Tricolored Blackbird

Saving the Tricolored Blackbird

This rare California bird needs our help to survive.

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Birds we're diggin'

A brief history of Audubon in California

Audubon California was established in 1996 as a field program of the National Audubon Society, overseeing the organization's properties and leading conservation efforts. But our work in California goes back to the earliest days of the national organization, even before its formal founding. Audubon's legacy of conservation and activism in the Golden State establishes it as a force for conservation along the Pacific Flyway. Learn more about it.