Audubon California Annual Report 2012 Seabirds Water for birds in the Klamath Surprise Valley Studying Black Oystercatchers Western Grebe and Clark’s Grebe Helping birds on working lands Audubon Bobcat Ranch Richardson Bay Audubon Center & Sanctuary Arumburu Island Saving nesting Tricolored Blackbirds Building support for the San Joaquin River Sharing the Shore with the Western Snowy Plover Securing habitat at Owen’s Lake Kern River Preserve Making renewable energy safe for birds Audubon Center at Debs Park Helping the elusive Mountain Plover Starr Ranch Audubon Sanctuary Protecting the Ashy Storm-petrel Western Sandpiper Sandhill Crane Yellow Warbler Black-footed Albatross Swainson’s Hawk donate

If we follow the birds, they will tell us where we should work. This is the guiding principle behind Audubon’s new Strategic Plan, which emphasizes conservation along migratory paths.

The map highlights some of our noteworthy accomplishments in Fiscal Year 2011-2012. Click on them and you’ll learn more about our work. As you can see, our work on the ground is never far from the birds in the sky.