"We first got involved with Point Blue by joining the newly formed Young Friends of Point Blue–a fun, dynamic group of professionals interested in learning about and supporting conservation efforts. We love Point Blue’s focus on putting conservation science into action, especially by engaging young people–from students planting native vegetation to apprentices monitoring bird populations throughout California. We have a little farm and are working on multiple tree planting and wildlife conservation projects. We both love hiking and diving and want to preserve the precious wilderness for the future. These personal endeavors and passions naturally drew us to collaborate with and support Point Blue."
-Percy Stubbs & Molly Lo Re
Join us on Feb 29th for a virtual lunchtime panel discussion with attendees of the recent UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties. Learn how Point Blue’s observer status helps us achieve our mission.
Our first publication of the year is out! It reveals how sea ice helps Adélie penguins migrate during the winter. It also underscores the interconnectedness of species in the Southern Ocean.
Ever wondered what happens on the Farallon Islands? Been curious about what birds we're seeing or what those elephant seals are up to? After a 2-year hiatus, the Farallon webcam has made its triumphant return!
Larissa Babicz created Birds of Palomarin, a work of art that shows the 78 species she encountered during her apprenticeship with us. She will donate 40% of the sale of the original to Point Blue.
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