Audubon Center at Debs Park is a natural jewel in the heart of urban Los Angeles.
Audubon Center at Debs Park is an environmental community hub in the heart of Northeast Los Angeles. Nestled within the 282-acre Ernest R. Debs Regional Park, this welcoming center has inspired a love of nature in over a quarter of a million residents of America’s second-largest metropolis.
AN URBAN OASIS
Adjacent to downtown Los Angeles, Debs Park is an urban oasis for wildlife and people. Birds thrive in the skies above Debs Park, where more than 140 species of birds have been spotted in the hills, including American Kestrels, Great- Horned Owls, and Northern Flickers.
Our visitors are diverse in age, race, gender, ability, and socioeconomic status. Environmental justice is a priority here, and issues of park access and safety are key. Our culture is built on partnerships. We collaborate with government agencies, universities, and other non-profits on projects daily, leveraging resources and building relationships.
We send out periodic emails about programs, events, and volunteer opportunities at the Center.