Congratulations to all of our Rich Stallcup Bird-A-Thon counters, participants, and donors so far!
Thanks to your efforts, over $75,000 and counting have been raised so Point Blue scientists can keep pushing boundaries to make an even greater climate-smart conservation impact. At least 20 teams and 98 counters have participated through our website and we know there are more participating offline.
While October 15th marked the end of the official counting period, it’s not over yet. If you’ve been waiting for the right moment, please note that there is still time to donate to the event or sponsor a team or individual. It just takes a minute!
Join Point Blue scientists in our Marine Lab and at our Palomarin Field Station via Facebook live to see our science up close and ask us all your burning bird and ecosystem questions. And explore science stories in a new webinar series.
This past year has been a year like no other. As an organization, Point Blue has built resilience into our action
plans, our operations, and our partnerships. Read more in our most recent Annual Impact Report.
Last month the foundational paper from our internationally collaborative Migratory Shorebird Project was published in Avian Conservation and Ecology.
On Wednesday, October 7, Governor Newsom released an executive order that charges state agencies to produce a climate-smart strategy for addressing the global biodiversity and climate crises.
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