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Bill that puts California on the path to a renewable future passes key Assembly Committee vote
Higher rates for Charitable Gift Annuities have taken effect, sparking a win-win for donors and charities
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.
Celebrations on the beach are fun for us, but to nesting shorebirds and their chicks, hazards are everywhere
Andee Burrell has a longstanding passion for local conservation at Audubon’s Starr Ranch Sanctuary; even as she also keeps the bigger picture in view, as illustrated in her story.
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.
California Auduboners from San Diego to Redding gathered in Sacramento this week to urge lawmakers to protect birds and people in California