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California birds and global warming
Global warming is a serious threat to California birds. You can help ensure a future for these great species.
Five Dollars, Five Birds
The endangered Tricolored Blackbird can't afford another bad nesting season. Over the last six years, the birds' population has dropped by 64! A small donation can make a big difference.
Photo credit: Kelly Wintraub
Allen's Hummingbird named 2014 Bird of the Year
Online voters have named one of California's most beloved birds the 2014 Audubon California Bird of the Year.
Photo credit: David Levinson
Why birds and global warming matter to Diego
Diego Zapata, a Los Angeles teen, talks about how the Baltimore Oriole introduced him to birding, and how he plans to help the species survive the challenges of global warming. Zapata is a member of the Audubon Center at Debs Park Arroyo Green Team.
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Q & A with Executive Director Brigid McCormack
Brigid McCormack recently sat down and answered a few questions about what brought her into the...
The Tricolored Blackbird is North America's most colonial landbird.
A brief history of Audubon in California
California has long been a strong part of the Audubon movement, dating way back to the beginnin...
Protecting the Western Snowy Plover
This site is devoted to the protection and recovery of the Western Snowy Plover, a small, ...
Birds matter to us in an incredible number of ways. And Audubon is there for the birds.
California enjoy's some of the Pacific Coast's most fascinating and important species.
Richardson Bay Audubon Center & Sanctuary
The Richardson Bay Audubon Center & Sanctuary is a remarkable slice of nature on the shores...
Audubon Center at Debs Park
The Audubon Center at Debs Park is an environmental education and conservation center for the c...
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