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




  

Conservation Science for a Lasting Legacy


 
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
 


PRBO's Lasting Legacy campaign will permanently secure our ability to drive effective, science-based conservation by establishing a permanent home of our own at the northernmost reaches of San Francisco Bay, improving existing research stations, initiating new field station partnerships, and creating a major endowment fund.

We are very grateful to the following friends for their early gifts and pledges to the Lasting Legacy campaign and for helping us conserve birds, other wildlife, and ecosystems for our next four decades and beyond!All donors over $1,000, unless indicated as anonymous, will be acknowledged in the new San Francisco Bay Research Center in Petaluma. Major gifts of $10,000 and more will be given additional recognition at prominent locations.

If you would like more information about the Lasting Legacy campaign and making a gift to PRBO, please contact Matt Leffert at 415-868-1221, ext. 320, or via email at mleffert@prbo.org. You can also learn more about the campaign by visiting www.prbo.org/ lastinglegacy

For recent press coverage of PRBO's Lasting Legacy campaign, please visit www.prbo.org/inthenews.

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