At last, kiss lead ammo goodbye

Lead from ammunition is highly toxic to birds. That's why Audubon California led the way for its removal.

Photo: Madison Roberts

Court Upholds Protections for Rare California Gnatcatcher
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Court Upholds Protections for Rare California Gnatcatcher

Developers Unsuccessful in Attempt to Strip Bird of Endangered Species Safeguards

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Celebrating Latino Conservation Week
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Celebrating Latino Conservation Week

Members of the Latinx community enjoy a camping adventure at Richardson Bay Audubon Center.

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10 Steps to Protect Snowy Plover Chicks at the Beach
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10 Steps to Protect Snowy Plovers Chicks at the Beach

Support the recovery of this beloved threatened bird

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The Arctic Tern’s Prayer
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The Arctic Tern’s Prayer

A poem by Mary Anne Clark

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Eyes on the Sea
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Eyes on the Sea

Communities around the Salton Sea are working together to protect human health and conserve critical bird habitats

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SUCCESS! 178,500 Tricolored Blackbirds Saved This Season
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SUCCESS! 178,500 Tricolored Blackbirds Saved This Season

You did it! With your support, 90% of nesting colonies thrived.

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What is bird language?
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What is bird language?

How combining birding and mindfulness powerfully connects us to nature

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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. Learn more about it.