Join us in the 43rd annual Rich Stallcup Bird-A-Thon, taking place from September 15–October 15, 2021! As a participant in the country’s longest running Bird-A-Thon, you will support Point Blue Conservation Science and our multiple-benefit solutions to environmental problems in California and beyond with a focus on climate change. Since Point Blue’s Bird-A-Thon inception, more than $3 million have been raised for conservation science. (Photo: 2020 Lookers Bird-A-Thon team, credit: Sophie Noda)
On Saturday morning an oil spill occurred off the coast of Huntington Beach in Southern California in which 127,000 gallons of oil leaked into the ocean. Point Blue has deployed scientists to collect data from wildlife impacted by oil spill.
We teamed up with scientists from the University of Minnesota, 330,000 citizen scientists, and others to publish a direct population estimate for the global distribution of Weddell seals in Antarctica. A first for any wide-ranging wild animal.
We are excited to announce that we just launched our newly updated Our Coast, Our Future platform! In a time when we are seeing and feeling the effects of climate change more than ever, it’s critical that our solutions keep pace.
A new study led by Point Blue's Mark Dettling explores this question with 25 years of data! Our results were encouraging and enlightening.
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