Each year our Bird-A-Thon teams share a summary of their count day with their sponsors. It’s a way to for teams to let their supporters in on the action and excitement of the count day and of course share their prized species list. This year, the Drake’s Beach Sanderlings, composed almost entirely of young birders,
Collaboratively written by Meredith Elliott, Dan Robinette, Emily Rice, and Lishka Arata Point Blue Biologist Emily Rice waited as she watched hours of video footage and she finally found: a hatching California least tern! See if you can identify the minute when 2 eggs become 1 egg and one chick in the video below. It
Adult ashy storm-petrel captured during night time mist-netting on the Farallon Islands. Credit:Ilana Nimz/Point Blue/USFWS. Species Recovery within Reach on the Farallones Our science shows striking species recovery potential through the removal of invasive house mice from Southeast Farallon Island. There is an intricate relationship between the house mouse, the Burrowing Owl, and the threatened
By Manuel Oliva, CEO As we cope with yet another season of devastating fires throughout California, as well as associated power outages, my first thoughts are for everyone who has been affected. Having seen many of our staff, who live across the state be directly impacted by the loss of power for days, and some
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