Rachelle House

Articles by Rachelle House

Kern donor and volunteer goes above and beyond
Conservation

Kern donor and volunteer goes above and beyond

— We are so grateful for the generosity and dedication of donors and volunteers like Jake Abel to supporting Kern River Preserve goes above and beyond
Partnerships protect over 160,000 acres of wetland
Working Lands

Partnerships protect over 160,000 acres of wetland

— Our partnerships with local chapters and the Grasslands Water District ensure the protection of contiguous wetland habitat
Marin Independent Journal visits restored habitat on Aramburu Island
Conservation

Marin Independent Journal visits restored habitat on Aramburu Island

— This month marks the 10 year anniversary of the Cosco Busan oil spill, bringing renewed interest in the restoration work on Aramburu Island
Cosco Busan Oil Spill 10-Year Anniversary Photo Gallery
Conservation

Cosco Busan Oil Spill 10-Year Anniversary Photo Gallery

— Thousands of birds died and shorelines were blackened after 53,000 gallons of oil spilled following Nov. 7, 2007 accident. This photo gallery shows some of the damage and recovery efforts.
Marcos Trinidad honored with environmental education award
Audublog

Marcos Trinidad honored with environmental education award

— Congratulations to Marcos Trinidad, Director of the Audubon Center at Debs Park honored with the Rosa Parks and Grace Lee Boggs award by the North American Environmental Education Association
Richardson Bay Annual closure protects important migratory bird species
Conservation

Richardson Bay Annual closure protects important migratory bird species

— Sanctuary waters in Richardson Bay are closed to all boat traffic October 1st through March 31st and in-water activities (including kayaks & stand-up paddleboards, or SUPs) from October 1st through March 31st to protect over-wintering and migratory waterbirds.
A visit to a waterbird’s gas station
San Francisco Bay

A visit to a waterbird’s gas station

— San Francisco Bay is an integral part of the Pacific Flyway. A recent visit to a South Bay restoration site reveals birds fueling up for their migration complete with kleptoparasitism.
Voters get chance to fund critical parks and conservation
Conservation

Voters get chance to fund critical parks and conservation

— California aims to invest $4 billion in access to parks, open spaces, flood infrastructure, public health through bond to appear on 2018 statewide ballot
Audubon California applauds Legislature's passage of Senate Bill 5
Press Center

Audubon California applauds Legislature's passage of Senate Bill 5

— Senate Bill 5 will allow California voters to decide on critical funding for local regional, and state parks, as well as important conservation priorities, such as the Salton Sea.