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News and notes about birds and conservation in California

California Condor. Photo: Scott Frier/USFWS

Legislature's passage of Senate Bill 32 protects the health of people and birds
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Passage of SB 32 safeguards health of people and birds

Extension of California's landmark climate change law extends the state's leadership in this vital area.

Pasadena Audubon's Young Birders Club recognized by U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service
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Pasadena Audubon's Young Birders Club recognized by U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service

Federal agency commends youths for efforts to spread the word about the endangered California Condor.

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Audubon California statement regarding proposed use of state cap-and-trade revenue

Funding reinforces value of natural and working lands in helping the state meet its global greenhouse gas emission reduction goals.

Andrea Jones is fighting for the Salton Sea
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Andrea Jones is fighting for the Salton Sea

Audubon California’s Director of Bird Conservation is finding a little help from her friends.

Running on sunshine
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Running on sunshine

Debs Park Center hosts solar installation and maintenance workshop

Meet YouTube's resident Bird Nerd
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Meet YouTube's resident Bird Nerd

Vlogger Commander Holly has a not-so-secret love for birds.

Lake Mead announcement emphasizes importance of resolving water supply reliability in CO River and Salton Sea
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Lake Mead announcement emphasizes importance of resolving water supply reliability in CO River and Salton Sea

Audubon California urges state and federal officials to secure water supply reliability in the Lower Colorado Basin and the Salton Sea.

Reflecting on Shorebirds, Drought, and the Central Valley
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Reflecting on Shorebirds, Drought, and the Central Valley

Central Valley Refuges are getting ready for an influx of overwintering shorebirds and waterfowl. Last October, Audubon had folks on the ground monitoring the situation. Fresno Audubon Society offers a look back so we can better understand what may be coming this winter.

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