How Ranchers Can Save Grassland Birds

A new bill offers a win-win for California's working lands.

Doniga Markegard with her herd on coastal grassland near Halfmoon Bay. Photo: Doniga Markegard

The Case for Wetlands in the Central Valley
Water

The Case for Wetlands in the Central Valley

Vital protections are needed for wetlands that depend on groundwater under the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act

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Promoting a Safe Outdoors for All
Audublog

Promoting a Safe Outdoors for All

Sarah Rose, Audubon California's Executive Director, reflects on the need to create a safer outdoors for all.

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How Do California's Megafires Impact Birds?
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How Do California's Megafires Impact Birds?

We are in uncharted territory. Birds are on the move to escape the smoke and stress. What will happen to them and the habitat they need to survive?

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State Habitat Restoration Project Breaks Ground at Southern End of Salton Sea
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State Habitat Restoration Project Breaks Ground at Salton Sea

Coalition of conservation and community groups says groundbreaking is positive step towards ending years of inaction at California’s largest lake.

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Plants for Birds
Birds

Plants for Birds

Bring more birds to your home with native plants

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Climate Change and Survival by Degrees
Global Warming

Climate Change and Survival by Degrees

389 Species on the Brink: Two-thirds of North American birds are at increasing risk of extinction from global temperature rise.

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Raven’s Favor
Bird Sits

Raven’s Favor

A Tale of Wild Communication

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Photo: National Audubon Society

Birds we're diggin'

A brief history of Audubon in California

Audubon California was established in 1996 as a field program of the National Audubon Society, overseeing the organization's properties and leading conservation efforts. But our work in California goes back to the earliest days of the national organization, even before its formal founding. Audubon's legacy of conservation and activism in the Golden State establishes it as a force for conservation along the Pacific Flyway.