Featured Resource: Habitat Enhancement Guides
In times of drought, landscaping with native plants is a great way to improve the health of our soils, save water, and create wildlife habitat. Look inside our Habitat Enhancement Guides for Marin, Sonoma, and the Sacramento Valley for ways to provide quality habitat in your area.
Improving habitat can increase property value, improve water and air quality, reduce pests, and stabilize banks alongside the added benefit of providing homes for wildlife. Find bird species lists in each guide that will help you measure your success in improving habitat in your backyard or on your property.
More Nature Stewardship Resources
A very cool guide to Central Coast pasture plants written and illustrated by Point Blue’s Mel Preston, published by TomKat Ranch, and supported by other partners in the region.
A handout with tips on how to build, maintain and monitor nest boxes for western cavity nesting species.
A handout with tips on how to build, maintain and monitor owl nest boxes.
A handout on how to attract and support quail on farms, ranches or in yards.
A tip sheet discussing the actions you can take to keep birds at your feeder safe from disease and predators.
A two-page outreach handout discussing the challenges birds face while nesting on beaches, and tips for helping them survive.
A two-sided identification card to some of the most common waterbirds in California.
A pocket-sized guide to common birds of the Sierra Nevada, containing tips for their protection and conservation.
A pocket-sized guide to common birds of California’s beaches, and tips for their protection and management.
A pocket-sized guide to common birds of the sagebrush habitats, containing tips for their protection and conservation.
A pocket-sized guide to common birds of San Francisco Bay, containing tips for their protection and conservation.