Spring 2018 marks the 50th anniversary of Point Blue’s globally-renowned Farallon Island program. Unfortunately, new proposed actions out of Washington, DC seriously threaten the collaborative progress we’ve made to protect seabirds, marine mammals, and the ocean. Read our full post about these threats here.
The long-term data sets collected by Point Blue on the Farallon Islands National Wildlife Refuge help to inform management and conservation actions on the island. They also indicate the effects of climate change to the marine ecosystem, thus the Farallon Island Field Station serves as our laboratory on the Pacific.
An interactive map from our partnership with Maps For Good
View the Farallones live via a webcam hosted on our partner, The California Academy of Sciences, website.