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California Condor. Photo: Scott Frier/USFWS

Thriving Seabird Colony on Alcatraz Island
San Francisco Bay

The Thriving Seabird Colony on Alcatraz Island

Take a glimpse into this wildlife-viewing gem.

Prescribed Burn Protects Bobcat Ranch from LNU Lightening Fires
Audublog

Prescribed Burn Protects Bobcat Ranch from LNU Lightening Fires

The LNU Lightening Fires reached Bobcat Ranch, a 6,800 acre blue oak conservation property and certified Audubon Conservation Ranch. Thanks to the prevention work and prescribed fires by CAL FIRE and our staff, we successfully protected Bobcat Ranch’s infrastructure and surrounding developments.

Victory! Federal Judge Rules Administration’s Bird-Killing Policy is Illegal
Press Center

Victory! Federal Judge Rules Administration’s Bird-Killing Policy is Illegal

Ruling is a victory in lawsuit by Audubon, California and seven other states to block administration rollback of the Migratory Bird Treaty Act.

The Fight for Marine Algae
Coastal Resiliency

The Fight for Marine Algae

Why we must protect kelp and algae along the California coast as the foundation of the marine ecosystem for birds.

Great American Outdoors Act Will Benefit Birds, People, and Parks across California
Press Center

Great American Outdoors Act Will Benefit Birds, People, and Parks across California

With approval from Congress, the Great American Outdoors Act goes to the president to sign.

Success! Audubon's Virtual Advocacy Day Delivers Wins for Birds
Advocacy

Success! Audubon's Virtual Advocacy Day Delivers Wins for Birds

Audubon supporters hold 50 meetings with state representatives to speak up for birds.

How Bowles Farming Company Supports People and Birds - Even During a Pandemic
Working Lands

How Bowles Farming Company Supports People and Birds - Even During a Pandemic

Interview with Cannon Michael, a sixth generation San Joaquin Valley farmer.

Promoting a Safe Outdoors for All
Audublog

Promoting a Safe Outdoors for All

Sarah Rose, Audubon California's Executive Director, reflects on the need to create a safer outdoors for all.

Audubon Statement on Incident in Central Park’s Ramble
Press Center

Audubon Statement on Incident in Central Park’s Ramble

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.

Se necesita todo un pueblo: Dr. Ryan Sinclair y la ciencia comunitaria
Salton Sea

Se necesita todo un pueblo: Dr. Ryan Sinclair y la ciencia comunitaria

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.

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