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California Condor. Photo: Scott Frier/USFWS

Celebrating Women at Audubon California
Audublog

Celebrating Women at Audubon California

We are proud to have so many amazing, talented women at Audubon California.

Women in Audubon Conservation Ranching: California
Conservation Ranching

Women in Audubon Conservation Ranching: California

To celebrate Women’s History Month, we’re introducing you to the incredible women ranchers in California who are enrolled in Audubon’s Conservation Ranching Initiative. We asked questions, and they responded with fun, insightful, and birdy answers.

Drought in the Sacramento Valley - a Bird's Eye View
Fire And Drought

Catching Shorebirds at Dawn

Drought in the Sacramento Valley - a Bird's Eye View

California Tops NYTimes List as Most Biodiverse and Most Threatened
Audublog

California Tops NYTimes List as Most Biodiverse and Most Threatened

How Audubon California is protecting bird biodiversity in the golden state.

Press Release: Audubon California Hails Governor’s “30x30” Plan as a Crucial Step towards Protecting State Habitat
Advocacy

Press Release: Governor’s “30 x 30” Plan is Crucial Step towards Protecting State Habitat

"Governor Newsom’s plan is an ambitious yet achievable way to protect California’s people and natural resources."

Volunteer Opportunity: Bluebird Nesting Boxes
Important Bird Areas

Volunteer Opportunity: Bluebird Nesting Boxes

The California Bluebird Recovery Program is training volunteers in January 2022.

Tras tres décadas desde la Proposición 187, los inmigrantes aún enfrentan obstáculos a los espacios verdes públicos
Right To Nature

Tras tres décadas desde la Proposición 187, los inmigrantes aún enfrentan obstáculos a los espacios verdes públicos

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.

Three Decades after Prop 187, Immigrants Still Face Barriers to Public Green Spaces
Right To Nature

Three Decades after Prop 187, Immigrants Still Face Barriers to Public Green Spaces

For Audubon California Associate Policy Director Juan Altamirano, undoing California's history of racism in land use is personal.

The Rails are Rebounding at Sonoma Creek
Sonoma Creek Restoration

The Rails are Rebounding at Sonoma Creek

A marsh springs back (with a little help) in the North Bay

Dairies Help Save Tricolored Blackbirds
Tricolored Blackbird

Dairies Help Save Tricolored Blackbirds in the Central Valley

6 Years Strong - Audubon partners with NRCS and family dairy farmers in the Central Valley to protect threatened birds.

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