Press Center

Audubon California is one of the leading voices for birds and conservation in the Golden State, and a resource for members of the media looking for information on topics such as birds, habitat conservation, climate change, wildlife policy, and a variety of related issues. Representatives of our organization appear in the press regularly and are happy to share their expertise.

To speak to an Audubon California expert, contact our Communications Department:

Garrison Frost
Director of Marketing and Communications
gfrost@audubon.org
(415) 644-4604

Rachelle House
Development Communications Associate
rhouse@audubon.org
415.644.4601

Press releases

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
California and other states file lawsuit to protect migratory birds
Audublog

California and other states file lawsuit to protect migratory birds

— Lawsuit is a response to Trump Administration's announcement that it will not enforce key elements of the Migratory Bird Treaty Act.
Passage of SB 100 is a major victory for birds and people
Global Warming

Passage of SB 100 is a major victory for birds and people

— Legislation will help secure a future for 170 California bird species under threat from climate change.
Audubon California reiterates support for Senate Bill 100
Global Warming

Audubon California reiterates support for Senate Bill 100

— Legislation will help secure a future for 170 California bird species under threat from climate change.
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.
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
California voters approve Proposition 68
Salton Sea

California voters approve Proposition 68

— $4 billion bond measure supported by Audubon will fund programs for safe parks, clean water, natural resources protection, climate change preparedness, and relief for the Salton Sea
Bill defending California’s migratory birds passes critical Assembly Floor vote
Audublog

Bill defending California’s migratory birds passes critical Assembly Floor vote

— Assembly Bill 2627 seeks to protects California birds in the face of federal attacks on the Migratory Bird Treaty Act.
Statement from Audubon California following Assembly Committee hearing on the Salton Sea
Salton Sea

Statement from Audubon California following Assembly Committee hearing on the Salton Sea

— Members of the Assembly Water, Parks, and Wildlife Committee today grilled state officials on the lack of progress on completing habitat restoration and dust control projects.
Bill defending California’s migratory birds passes key Assembly Committee
Audublog

Bill defending California’s migratory birds passes key Assembly Committee

— Water, Parks, and Wildlife Committee passes Assembly Bill 2627, which protects California birds in the face of federal rollbacks.