PRBO Conservation Science
Quarterly Journal of PRBO Conservation Science, Number 139, Winter 2005: PRBO's New Environment: Northern San Francisco Bay


PRBO's New Environment, the Northern San Francisco Bay Region

Introducing This Issue
Restoring Petaluma River Marsh
Executive Director's Column
The Changing Face of San Pablo Bay
Monitoring North Bay Restoration
Sonoma Baylands Preservation
A Presence on San Francisco Bay
Oak Woodlands and Vineyards
California All-Bird Workshop
Anticipating PRBO's New Center
PRBO's Volunteer Program
Bird Bio: Mute Swan
Birding PRBO's New Back Yard
Lasting Legacy Campaign

As PRBO looks forward to relocating our headquarters to northern San Francisco Bay, this Observer samples from our wealth of North Bay partnerships and projects--some established, some new. From the doorstep of PRBO's planned new Center, at Shollenberger Marsh near Petaluma; to the Sonoma-Napa coast ranges, home of oak woodlands and vineyards; to sites of bayland conservation and tidal marsh restoration on northern San Francisco Bay: we offer you a glimpse and a share of our enthusiasm for PRBO's coming move.--Editor

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