What We Do
Point Blue Conservation Science works to conserve birds, other wildlife and our planet’s ecosystems through restoration, outreach and partnerships.
We do research, provide management guidance, lead field science training programs, and deliver science education to inspire the next generation of conservationists.
Point Blue’s 140 staff members and seasonal scientists work from the Sierra to the sea and as far away as Antarctica to reduce the negative impacts of climate change, habitat degradation, pollution and other stressors on wildlife and people, all while preparing for the changes—and challenges—ahead.
In all of our work, we take a climate-smart conservation approach, partnering with wildlife and habitat management agencies, nongovernmental organizations, academic institutions, private landowners, fisheries and others so that we can more effectively leverage our findings and expertise to improve the health of our planet.