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Do You Know Where Your Water Comes From?

The untold history of Owens River

Pokemon Go players discover real-world animals in Debs Park
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Pokemon Go players discover real-world animals in Debs Park

— Audubon Center at Debs Park helps players capture pokemon, find nature

Marcos talks with The Eastsider

Marcos Trinidad Photo: Brenda Rees

Marcos sat down with The Eastsider to talk about his new role as Center Director. Read the story here.

Joey Graceffa visited the Center

YouTube star Joey Graceffa and his boyfriend Daniel Preda visit Audubon's Debs Park Center to learn about birds.

Southland to celebrate second annual Bird LA Day May 7
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Southland to celebrate second annual Bird LA Day May 7

— Environmental nonprofits join together with nature lovers for a day of events celebrating Los Angeles’s biodiversity
A landmark win for little fish that are a big deal for marine birds
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A landmark win for little fish that are a big deal for marine birds

Dozens of forage fish species critical for seabirds and other marine wildlife on the west coast gained landmark federal protection today under a new rule from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

Meet the man uncovering the mystery of Tricolored Blackbird migration
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Meet the man uncovering the mystery of Tricolored Blackbird migration

Audubon California staffers work tirelessly to save the Tricolored Blackbird, but we are not alone in our fight. Many others care deeply about this California bird. We collaborate with partners on the Tricolored Blackbird Working Group. Several members of this group come from the University of California, Davis, members like Marcel Holyoak.

Birding Audubon's Bobcat Ranch
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Birding Audubon's Bobcat Ranch

Lorna Cunkle of Altacal Audubon Society wrote about her experience birding Bobcat Ranch and was kind enough to share it with us

Water is vital to the survival of California birds
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Water is vital to the survival of California birds

On World Water Day, we recognize that water is fundamental to our lives, our communities, and our economy -- but it is also the key to safeguarding our birds.

Birdathon 2016
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Birdathon 2016

Find a birdathon near you and help conserve the birds we love.

How you can help, right now