Andrea Jones

Articles by Andrea Jones

The Rails are Rebounding at Sonoma Creek
Sonoma Creek Restoration

The Rails are Rebounding at Sonoma Creek

— A marsh springs back (with a little help) in the North Bay
You May Have to Look Harder, but some Birds are Still at the Salton Sea
Salton Sea

The Good, the Bad, and the Hopeful for Birds at the Salton Sea

— You May Have to Look Harder, but Some Birds are Still at the Salton Sea
How Do California's Megafires Impact Birds?
Audublog

How Do California's Megafires Impact Birds?

— 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?
El caso de los humedales accidentales
Salton Sea

El caso de los humedales accidentales

— La naturaleza interviene donde las personas no lo hacen.
The Case of the Accidental Wetland
Salton Sea

The Case of the Accidental Wetland

— Nature is helping us to reduce emissive dust at the Salton Sea. It’s time for us now to help nature.
Bi-State Population of the Greater Sage-Grouse Battle for Mates and Federal Protection
Birds

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.
Remembering my first Christmas Bird Count
Audublog

Remembering my first Christmas Bird Count

— On the 120th Anniversary, join an Audubon’s Christmas Bird Count near you
El Mar de Salton aguanta con fuerza
Salton Sea

El Mar de Salton aguanta con fuerza

— Cómo les va a las aves migratorias mientras esperan la acción por parte del estado para salvar este recurso hídrico crítico para millones de aves.
The Salton Sea Holds On For Dear Life
Salton Sea

The Salton Sea Holds On For Dear Life

— How migratory birds are faring while they await state action to save this critical water resource for millions of birds.