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Complete Nest Failure at Martin Griffin Preserve’s Heronry

February 21, 2014 by Alessandra Bergamin

The great egret colony at Martin Griffin Preserve in West Marin failed to fledge any young egrets in 2013, the first time in the preserve’s 62-year history, leading Audubon Canyon Ranch to change public access to the preserve for 2014.

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Martin Griffin Preserve (Audubon Canyon Ranch)

July 08, 2012 by Bay Nature Staff

This preserve, open mid-March till mid-July, offers some of the best views of nesting herons and egrets in the region. ...

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“Seal the Deal!”

April 01, 2011 by Diane Poslosky

Dr. Marty Griffin has been working for decades to protect open spaces and wildlife along the Marin and Sonoma coasts. In January 2011, Bay Nature recognized him with our first-ever Local Hero award in conservation advocacy. His advice for getting things done? “Seal the deal!” And figure out how to pay for it later.

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Keeping an Eye on Egrets

December 28, 2010 by Ingrid Hawkinson

For John Kelly, who's worked for Audubon Canyon Ranch since 1988, develops and oversees conservation research, egrets and other wetland birds hold the key to monitoring and understanding how our wetlands are doing. And he knows a lot about that -- he tracks more than 100 egret and heron rookeries all over the region, studies waterbirds on Tomales Bay, and more.

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