Anna Weinstein

Articles by Anna Weinstein

Forage fish bill stands to make a huge difference for marine birds
Audublog

Forage fish bill stands to make a huge difference for marine birds

— Bipartisan Forage Fish Conservation Act is the next step toward safeguarding food for struggling seabirds.
Continuing the fight to save vital bird habitat in Humboldt Bay
Humboldt Bay

Continuing the fight to save vital bird habitat in Humboldt Bay

— New oyster farming proposal will threaten vital habitat in the bay.
Waterbird feeding frenzy in Point Richmond
Audublog

Waterbird feeding frenzy in Point Richmond

— Heightened bird activity highlights key winter food source for birds on the Pacific Flyway.
Audubon network shows up for anchovy, a little fish with a big impact
Seas & Shores

Audubon network shows up for anchovy, a little fish with a big impact

— Sporting green and white hats emblazoned with California least terns, chapter volunteers urged fisheries managers to “get active on anchovy" because birds need them.
Brown Pelicans getting help from Audubon network
Seas & Shores

Brown Pelicans getting help from Audubon network

— This past spring and summer, unusual numbers of young brown pelicans turned up in parking lots, college graduations ceremonies, and streets from Oregon through California. Does this mean our California brown pelican subspecies is in trouble?
Protect our marine birds and mammals: stop HR 200
Conservation

Protect our marine birds and mammals: stop HR 200

— On Wednesday, the House of Representatives is expected to vote on a bill that would undermine the Magnuson-Stevens Fishery Conservation and Management Act (MSA). The MSA is the primary law that governs management of ocean fish in U.S. federal waters and has served as the nation’s road map to sustainably managed fisheries.
Fighting for the fish that seabirds need to survive
Audublog

Fighting for the fish that seabirds need to survive

— Submit your comments in support of smart fisheries management until Feb.8. We'll keep on fighting past that deadline.
Audubon activism keeps anchovy in the water for seabirds
Seas & Shores

Audubon activism keeps anchovy in the water for seabirds

— West Coast Audubon network continues its effort to protect some of North America's most threatened birds.
Offshore oil drilling presents a serious risk to California's marine birds
Audublog

Offshore oil drilling presents a serious risk to California's marine birds

— Our marine program director offers the case of the Ashy Storm-petrel as one species that could be devastated by spill.