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California Condor. Photo: Scott Frier/USFWS

Perfect Tattoo Replicas of Audubon's Birds of America
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Perfect Tattoo Replicas of Audubon's Birds of America

Find out how Stephanie Brown's unique artistic journey with Birds of America began – and what it means for conservation.

Farmers Play Key Role in Protecting Tricolored Blackbirds
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Farmers Play Key Role in Protecting Tricolored Blackbirds

Watch this video by Audubon's partner Dairy Cares in the Central Valley

Bi-State Population of the Greater Sage-Grouse Battle for Mates and Federal Protection
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Bi-State Population of the Greater Sage-Grouse Battle for Mates and Federal Protection

While Bi-State Greater Sage-Grouse gather in California for their legendary mating rituals, USFWS turns down Endangered Species Act protections for this rare bird.

At Home... Birds of the Salton Sea Coloring Pages
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At Home... Birds of the Salton Sea Coloring Pages

With more time being spent indoors, these coloring pages are a fun way to engage with wildlife at home.

What's on the Menu?
Salton Sea

What's on the Menu?

Matching and coloring sheet featuring birds at the Salton Sea

Spring Migration in California
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Local List: Spring Migration in California

Keep an eye out for these birds in your area

Impressions of the Sea
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Impressions of the Sea

Audubon Salton Sea sits down with Raymond Sessley, lifelong Auduboner and Audubon's Campus Chapter Program Associate

It Takes a Village: Razia Shafique-Sabir
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It takes a village: Razia Shafique Sabir from the Sonny Bono Wildlife Refuge

We sit down with Razia Shafique-Sabir, biologist at the Sonny Bono Wildlife Refuge to talk about her experience working in natural protected areas around the country.

Gov. Newsom, 2020 must be a year of action at the Salton Sea
Salton Sea

Gov. Newsom, 2020 must be a year of action at the Salton Sea

One year into his term, the Salton Sea continues to recede unabated, dust plumes rise, and birds disappear.

Administration Doubles Down on Bird-Killer Policy
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Administration Doubles Down on Bird-Killer Policy

— California officials lead state-based fight to preserve 100-year-old bipartisan conservation law

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