The Salton Sea is one of the most important places for birds along the Pacific Flyway. The ongoing dynamic changes impacting the Sea put important bird habitats as well as human health at risk. Audubon California is committed to helping address some of the immense challenges of the Salton Sea, preserving the habitats that remain and improving conditions for birds, wildlife and people.
Below are data and resources to learn about the habitats and changes happening at the Salton Sea. Along with Audubon’s contributions to these resources there are many external resources from a diverse array of groups working on many of the important and complex issues at the Salton Sea.
Web Applications and Maps
A large full version of the Salton Sea Conservation And Landscape Change resource and web mapping application.
Additional NGO and Non-profit Resources
Pacific Institute Reports
NGO/Non-Profit/Agency/Other Collaborative Resources
State of the Salton Sea
Air Quality Monitoring
Water District and Consultant Firm Resources
Agency Salton Sea Links
Habitat and Dust Mitigation Projects
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