Garrison Frost

Articles by Garrison Frost

Surveying birds at the Salton Sea
Salton Sea

Surveying birds at the Salton Sea

— We were at the Sea this week participating in a sea-wide survey of birds
California to protect birds as Trump Administration abandons them
Press Center

California to protect birds as Trump Administration abandons them

— State is first to affirm that “incidental” killing is illegal
Two Audubon California conservation leaders honored
Audublog

Two Audubon California conservation leaders honored

— Marcos Trinidad and Samantha Arthur receive awards in their local communities.
Speaking up for birds amid water debate
Audublog

Speaking up for birds amid water debate

— As the Trump Administration seeks to revamp how water is managed in the Central Valley, we're keeping birds in the conversation.
Tangled web of issues complicates effort to protect Richardson Bay's eelgrass
Audublog

Tangled web of issues complicates effort to protect Richardson Bay's eelgrass

— Illegal anchorages are destroying Richardson Bay's eelgrass. Seems like a simple issue, right? Wrong.
Audubon California endorses Prop. 3
Audublog

Audubon California endorses Prop. 3

— Measure on November ballot will have multiple benefits to clean drinking water and conservation priorities.
New HSU study shows Humboldt Bay far more important to shorebirds than previously thought
Humboldt Bay

New HSU study shows Humboldt Bay far more important to shorebirds than previously thought

— Audubon California echoes the need to preserve area's critical habitat
Threats to the federal Endangered Species Act - and its birds - are beginning to mount
Audublog

Threats to the federal Endangered Species Act - and its birds - are beginning to mount

— California birds have a lot to lose if efforts to roll back the ESA are successful.
Making sure that water under the ground helps birds above the ground
Working Lands

Making sure that water under the ground helps birds above the ground

— "It’s clear that the ramifications of our decisions on groundwater are going to stretch decades into the future, and what we do now will really matter.”