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Do You Know Where Your Birds Are?

Find out on Bird LA Day! Check out the Bird LA website for a full list of all the events happening all over our city. There is no cost, and a ton of great options for you to participate in. We’ll be hosting a bird walk starting at Ballona Discovery Park and heading over to […]

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Second Annual “Not Your Grandmother’s Audubon”: Thursday, October 20th, 6:30pm – 9:00pm at The G2 Gallery

On Thursday, October 20, 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm, the G2 Gallery and Audubon together with James Currie, Green Mountain Digital, Renee Thompson and Three Hoots Winery invite you to eat, drink and find out Why Birds Matter at the Second Annual “Not Your Grandmother’s Audubon.” Food, wine and complimentary valet will be provided. A […]

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A Ballona Audubon Icon Passes

By Lisa Fimiani Barbara Jean Courtois Sept 7, 1935 – Aug 14, 2011 For those of us who were privileged to work alongside and befriend the late Barbara Courtois over her 20 year involvement with the Ballona Audubon Education program she helped to create, we are surely sad to see her leave us. Barbara’s passion […]

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Celebrate Christmas with the Birds!

By Lisa Fimiani, Executive Director Some very important citizen science projects go on this time of year, and it has nothing to do with religion or Christmas, really. Once upon a time birds were SHOT for sport at Christmas time, until someone figured out, “oh, we might not have many more birds around if we […]

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Audubon Magazine Highlights Local Work Protecting Snowy Plovers

Los Angeles Audubon’s plover conservation and education efforts, and especially the work of Director of Interpretation, Stacey Vigallon, are featured in the next Audubon magazine and in a web exclusive with artwork and video. The article is here: http://www.audubonmagazine.org/dispatch/dispatch1011.html Additional web-only materials are here: http://www.audubonmagazine.org/web/plovers/ Congrats to everyone involved! Share

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