2021-2030 has been designated by the United Nations as the Decade on Ecosystem Restoration and Point Blue is proud to be supporting and participating in the UN's effort. The next ten years are a critical period for us to act and we are ready to double down on our commitments and actions to secure a healthy resilient future. We welcome you to join us.
Point Blue's Working Lands Director Dr. Elizabeth Porzig was profiled by Petaluma Argus-Courier Contributor Lina Hoshino in April. Learn about Libby and our partnerships with farmers and ranchers on private working lands in this compelling article.
Point Blue has monitored California’s iconic Sierra Nevada ecosystems since the 1970’s, with a particularly extensive study of birds and vegetation covering thousands of locations across the entire mountain range beginning in 2009.
To celebrate Pride month, we're co-sponsoring a Let’s Go Birding Together (LGBT) led by Plumas Audubon on June 12th. This event is for those who identify as LGBTQ, allies, families, and anyone who wants to enjoy an inclusive outdoor experience.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s proposal to remove invasive house mice from the Farallon Islands represents one of the most comprehensive, rigorously researched plans of any ecological restoration project.
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