Latest coverage on birds and conservation in California
California Condor. Photo: Scott Frier/USFWS
A Tale of Wild Communication
Bird survival is human survival and birds are telling us they are in trouble. We have no time to lose.
Shifting populations -- plus a few surprise visitors
What does the 2021 horizon hold?
Bird counts and water tests monitor a shrinking Sea.
Growing up in the Philippines, Justine Villanueva shares her journey of leaving her homeland and healing her belonging through decolonization, learning to dwell, and connecting to birds.
First-of-its-kind project restores 400 acres of tidal marsh habitat along Sonoma Creek in northern San Francisco Bay, helping withstand sea level rise and storm surges from climate change.
Sixty years after its mid-century heyday, California's largest lake is declining rapidly.
Enjoy DIY activities that can be done at home or in a yard or park to give your child space to explore and feel connected to the natural world. Also available in Español.
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Draw raptors, garden birds, and waterbirds in this free 3-class series with the author of "Laws Guide to Drawing Birds"
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