Rachelle House

Articles by Rachelle House

Western Snowy Plovers nest at Huntington State Beach for the first time in five decades
Conservation

Western Snowy Plovers nest at Huntington State Beach for the first time in five decades

— Partnerships with California State Parks, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and volunteers from Audubon and other non-profits are instrumental in the recovery of the Western Snowy Plover
Trump Administration Plan to Reverse Progress on Car Fuel Standards a Huge Mistake
Press Center

Trump Administration Plan to Reverse Progress on Car Fuel Standards a Huge Mistake

— Transportation is now the greatest source of carbon pollution; rolling back fuel efficiency standards undermines one of the most effective federal policies aimed at reducing carbon emissions in the U.S.
Sprague Ranch House lost to fire
Kern River Preserve

Sprague Ranch House lost to fire

— The 1930's ranch house at Audubon Kern River Preserve was lost to a fire on Tuesday night. Although the Sprague Ranch house was a favorite gathering place on the preserve and held may memories, the work of the preserve continues.
Toward a renewable future
Audublog

Toward a renewable future

— Bill that puts California on the path to a renewable future passes key Assembly Committee vote
Happy Birthday MBTA!
Audublog

Happy Birthday MBTA!

— The Migratory Bird Treaty Act (MBTA) was passed 100 years ago today on July 3, 1918. Learn what we are doing to ensure it continues to protect birds into the future.
Be a bird-friendly beachgoer this summer
Bird-Friendly Communities

Be a bird-friendly beachgoer this summer

— Celebrations on the beach are fun for us, but to nesting shorebirds and their chicks, hazards are everywhere
Seen any Pacific-slope Flycatchers lately?
Conservation

Seen any Pacific-slope flycatchers lately?

— On the June 15 MAPS banding day at Starr Ranch, Kim Geissler saw 7 Pacific-slope Flycatchers, just one of 31 species seen or captured at the banding station that day.
Bill defending California’s migratory birds passes critical Senate committee vote
Conservation

Bill defending California’s migratory birds passes critical Senate committee vote

— Assembly Bill 2627 seeks to protect California birds in the face of federal attacks on the Migratory Bird Treaty Act