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California Condor. Photo: Scott Frier/USFWS
"Governor Newsom’s plan is an ambitious yet achievable way to protect California’s people and natural resources."
The California Bluebird Recovery Program is training volunteers in January 2022.
Para Juan Altamirano, director asociado de política de Audubon California, la lucha contra un legado racista en el uso del suelo en California es personal.
For Audubon California Associate Policy Director Juan Altamirano, undoing California's history of racism in land use is personal.
A marsh springs back (with a little help) in the North Bay
6 Years Strong - Audubon partners with NRCS and family dairy farmers in the Central Valley to protect threatened birds.
You May Have to Look Harder, but Some Birds are Still at the Salton Sea
Fall Migration Is Ramping Up
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