Discover Nature Webinar – Tracking our Feathered Friends: Bird Diversity Trends at Pepperwood Thursday, December 10, 2020 10:00 – 11:30am ONLINE using Zoom platform Free, donations welcome Ages 13 and up (youth under 13 welcome with adult supervision) Join staff … Read more
After an absence of many decades, Chinook salmon swim up the Guadalupe River in San José most winters. The fish look for places to lay eggs and often find them. If there’s enough water left in the dry season, their … Read more
Like me, you may have seen recent headlines sounding the alarm that birds are vanishing from North America. From the abstract of the September 2019 report in the journal Science, an “integration of range-wide population trajectories and size estimates indicates a net loss … Read more
This fall’s government shutdown left a two-week gap in Point Blue Conservation Science’s bird monitoring and banding data. But with the counts now in, the second half of October appears to have been a success, with researchers capturing and banding a surprisingly high number of fox sparrows.