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California Condor. Photo: Scott Frier/USFWS

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
Colombia's Ecological Wonders: A Working Lands Exploration
Working Lands

Colombia's Ecological Wonders: A Working Lands Exploration

Colombia's Ecological Wonders: A Working Lands Exploration

Effects of Extreme High Surf Events on Coastal Community Science
Coastal Resiliency

Effects of Extreme High Surf Events on Coastal Community Science

Postponement of Ventura's Christmas Bird Count

CA Assembly Bill 828 Protects Vulnerable Communities’ Drinking Water & California’s Remaining Managed Wetlands
Advocacy

CA Assembly Bill 828 Protects Vulnerable Communities’ Drinking Water & California’s Remaining Managed Wetlands

Ensuring SGMA Doesn’t Leave Small Community Water Systems & Critical Wetlands High and Dry

Chuckwalla National Monument
Public Lands

Chuckwalla National Monument

Protecting California's stunning desert landscapes

Audubon Receives Grant to Continue Restoration of Unique San Diego County Wetlands
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Audubon Receives Grant to Continue Restoration of Unique San Diego County Wetlands

— The community-driven effort brings together local students, indigenous tribes, scientists, and others to protect and improve vital habitat
In 2024, Governor Newsom Continues to Cut Climate Investments
Policy

In 2024, Governor Newsom Continues to Cut Climate Investments

Underscoring Need for a Climate Bond

Intermountain West Shorebird Survey: Preliminary Results Indicate 250,000 Migratory Shorebirds at the Salton Sea
Salton Sea

Intermountain West Shorebird Survey: Preliminary Results Indicate 250,000 Migratory Shorebirds at the Salton Sea

Conservation investments at the Salton Sea must embrace a holistic approach, considering the well-being of all waterbirds, including shorebirds.

Meet Xerónimo Castañeda
Working Lands

Meet Xerónimo Castañeda

Audubon California's new Working Lands Program Director has a long history in conservation and avian biology

Navigating Drought: Understanding Shorebird Impacts Through the Migratory Bird Conservation Partnership's Research
Water

Navigating Drought: Understanding Shorebird Impacts Through the Migratory Bird Conservation Partnership's Research

Drought conditions significantly impact winter landscapes by restricting water availability. In drier years, water restrictions lead to reduced habitat for birds, especially shorebirds.

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