Latest coverage on birds and conservation in California
California Condor. Photo: Scott Frier/USFWS
With approval from Congress, the Great American Outdoors Act goes to the president to sign.
Audubon supporters hold 50 meetings with state representatives to speak up for birds.
Interview with Cannon Michael, a sixth generation San Joaquin Valley farmer.
Sarah Rose, Audubon California's Executive Director, reflects on the need to create a safer outdoors for all.
Black Americans often face terrible daily dangers in outdoor spaces, where they are subjected to unwarranted suspicion, confrontation, and violence. The outdoors – and the joy of birds – should be safe and welcoming for all people.
Conversamos con Dr. Ryan Sinclair de Loma Linda University de la ciencia comunitaria, la justicia ambiental, y de la proliferaciones de algas en el área de la laguna Salton Sea.
We sit down for an interview with Dr. Ryan Sinclair to talk about community science, environmental justice, algal blooms at the Salton Sea.
Estamos estrenando nuestra nueva, descargable guía de campo de algunas aves del Valle de Coachella, las cuales son culturalmente importante para los Cahuilla.
Our new, downloadable pocket field guide features some birds of the Coachella Valley that are culturally significant to the Cahuilla people of the Torres-Martinez Band.
Shorebirds need help from beachgoers to protect their nests.
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.
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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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