Working to protect California's seabirds and shorebirds.
Audubon is committed to transforming our communities into places where birds flourish.
Iconic California bird faces pressure from habitat loss and climate change.
How Audubon is protecting Tricolored Blackbird colonies in the Central Valley
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.
For Audubon California Associate Policy Director Juan Altamirano, undoing California's history of racism in land use is personal.
“The administration has declared open season on America’s public lands even as it leaves office, with dozens of threatened and endangered species hanging in the balance.”
We are in uncharted territory. Birds are on the move to escape the smoke and stress. What will happen to them and the habitat they need to survive?
AB 454 clarifies that state law still protects migratory birds, even where Trump Administration has weakened federal law.
Lawsuit defends birds from the Trump Administration's efforts to hand industry a blank check for bird deaths.
Partnerships with California State Parks, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and volunteers from Audubon and other non-profits are instrumental in the recovery of the Western Snowy Plover
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Audubon science finds that two-thirds of North American birds are at risk of extinction from climate change.