Anna Weinstein

Articles by Anna Weinstein

Brown Pelican coastwide survey on October 15
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Brown Pelican coastwide survey on October 15

— Join us for the next Brown Pelican Survey on Saturday, October 15. Not only will this be a great time to get out and see one of our favorite birds, but you can also help make a difference for the conservation of this species.
A landmark win for little fish that are a big deal for marine birds
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A landmark win for little fish that are a big deal for marine birds

— Dozens of forage fish species critical for seabirds and other marine wildlife on the west coast gained landmark federal protection today under a new rule from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
Celebrate herring and waterbirds in San Francisco Bay
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Celebrate herring and waterbirds in San Francisco Bay

— The water and air was alive with birds at Ferry Point, Pt. Richmond, on the east shore of San Francisco Bay this past Sunday, where Pacific herring had recently spawned. In the coming three weeks, San Francisco Bay herring, its dependent wildlife, and its commercial fisheries will be celebrated in two vibrant, free, family-friendly festivals to take place in Tiburon and Sausalito.
Audubon network helping Pacific Brown Pelicans
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Audubon network helping Pacific Brown Pelicans

— Our beautiful Pacific brown pelicans are the iconic seabird of our wild coast. These birds are experiencing hard times, but action on the part of the Audubon network and federal agencies is helping.
First appearance of Pacific herring in San Francisco Bay feeds birds and other wildlife
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First appearance of Pacific herring in San Francisco Bay feeds birds and other wildlife

— Our friends at the Department of Fish and Wildlife report the first run of spawning herring in San Francisco Bay, at Richardson Bay last week.
Update on the fight to save Humboldt Bay
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Update on the fight to save Humboldt Bay

— Humboldt Bay is one of the most important places for shorebirds and waterbirds. We're working to keep it that way.