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California Condor. Photo: Scott Frier/USFWS
A poem by Mary Anne Clark
Members of the Latinx community enjoy a camping adventure at Richardson Bay Audubon Center.
The entire Guadalupe-Nipomo Dunes Complex is a unique ecological gem that is critical habitat to hundreds of coastal species and provides protection for 63 federal and state listed species.
Big victory for a tiny songbird.
Communities around the Salton Sea are working together to protect human health and conserve critical bird habitats
Lead from ammunition is highly toxic to birds. The new ban in California protects raptors like the California Condor.
Funding to address threat to 1.6 million people and 300 species of birds
Celebrating Pride Month with Let's Go Birding Together bird walks and other LGBTQ inclusive activities.
Congress Takes First Step Toward Restoring Bird Protections Eliminated by Trump
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Join us at sunset for oysters, wine, and music on the beach followed by elegant picnic fare at the Richardson Bay Audubon Center on October 12.
Watch world-renowned tattoo artists give bird tattoos, learn bird language, enjoy beer and food trucks, stroll on the beach, listen to Artic tales, and take action on climate change.
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