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California Condor. Photo: Scott Frier/USFWS

Biofilm at the Salton Sea
Salton Sea

Biofilm at the Salton Sea

How an all-but-invisible resource may be attracting shorebirds to the Salton Sea

Audubon CA Thanks Secretary Haaland for Visit to Proposed Chuckwalla National Monument
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Audubon CA Thanks Secretary Haaland for Visit to Proposed Chuckwalla National Monument

— Coalition urged the protection of region's biodiverse desert land for local communities and future generations
CA’s Revised Budget Highlights Critical Need for a Climate Bond
Audublog

CA’s Revised Budget Highlights Critical Need for a Climate Bond

Governor Newsom's May Revise proposed budget wrestles with cuts in important climate and conservation programs

Effort to Proclaim Chuckwalla National Monument Accelerates with Announcement of Bicameral Legislation
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There's Momentum in DC to Designate the Chuckwalla National Monument!

— Audubon and broad coalition of Tribal, community and conservation organizations call for protection of more than 620,000 acres of California desert
Join us in Celebrating Women in Conservation at Audubon California!
Conservation

Join us in Celebrating Women in Conservation at Audubon California!

Meet some of our passionate team members.

Learning to Fly-In
Audublog

Learning to Fly-In

Advocating on behalf of birds in Washington, D.C.

A California Wetland Program’s Flood of New Funding Lifts Hopes for Shorebirds
Working Lands

A California Wetland Program’s Flood of New Funding Lifts Hopes for Shorebirds

With many species rapidly declining along the Pacific Flyway, conservationists and landowners in the Central Valley are creating temporary wetlands where birds need them most.

Building Anew Along the Shores of San Diego County
Coastal Resiliency

Building Anew Along the Shores of San Diego County

Local chapters, universities, Indigenous groups, and Audubon California collaborate to revitalize a shoreline that has long been left to the depredations of industrial action.

New Model Maps a Resilient SF Bay Future Through Climate-Smart Seagrass Restoration
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New Model Maps a Resilient SF Bay Future Through Climate-Smart Seagrass Restoration

— New eelgrass habitat model to supercharge conservation efforts to prevent acidification, erosion, and other climate change impacts in major CA bays

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