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Protecting Black Oystercatchers along the Monterey Coast
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Protecting Black Oystercatchers along the Monterey Coast

A visit to Point Lobos State Reserve.

Another Waterbird Festival for the books
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Another Waterbird Festival for the books

More than 400 bird lovers attended Richardson Bay Audubon Center & Sanctuary's annual event.

Bring your someone special birding
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Bring your someone special birding

Spend your Valentine's Day outdoors with the one you love.

California congressman introduces bill to reduce seabird deaths
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California congressman introduces bill to reduce seabird deaths

Proposed legislation aims to reduce bycatch of critically endangered albatross and petrel species.

Meet Len Blumin
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Meet Len Blumin

The well-respected digiscoper will be leading a trip during Richardson Bay Audubon Center & Sanctuary's Waterbird Festival.

Celebrate herring and waterbirds in San Francisco Bay
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Celebrate herring and waterbirds in San Francisco Bay

The water and air was alive with birds at Ferry Point, Pt. Richmond, on the east shore of San Francisco Bay this past Sunday, where Pacific herring had recently spawned. In the coming three weeks, San Francisco Bay herring, its dependent wildlife, and its commercial fisheries will be celebrated in two vibrant, free, family-friendly festivals to take place in Tiburon and Sausalito.

Could LA's new football stadium be a problem for birds?
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Could LA's new football stadium be a problem for birds?

Developers behind the new football stadium in Inglewood to house the Rams and the Chargers have already skirted most environmental reviews.

Looking into the effects on birds from the massive Aliso Canyon gas leak
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Looking into the effects on birds from the massive Aliso Canyon gas leak

While the massive release of global greenhouse gas bodes ill for birds in the long-term, immediate effects are harder to gauge.

San Francisco Bay loses one of its most dedicated champions
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San Francisco Bay loses one of its most dedicated champions

Sylvia McLaughlin was one of the original founders of Save the Bay -- and also served as a National Audubon Society board member.

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