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If you want to be in the know about what’s going on at San Diego Audubon, you’ve come to the right place! Be sure to check back regularly to get the latest on events, new volunteer opportunities and more. 

San Diego Audubon's newsletter Sketches wins Excellence in Journalism award.

San Diego Audubon celebrated Latino Conservation Week with updates on our native plant garden.

San Diego Audubon steps up our commitments to elevating social justice and equal access for all community members.

San Diego Audubon's 2020 Backyard Birdathon: results are in!

San Diego Audubon celebrates Endangered Species Day 2020.

San Diego Audubon Endangered Species Spotlight: California Least Tern

Endangered Species Day - spotlight of species that San Diego Audubon is working to protect.

Endangered Species Day - spotlight of species that San Diego Audubon is working to protect.

Endangered Species Day - spotlight of species that San Diego Audubon is working to protect.

Endangered Species Day - species spotlights by San Diego Audubon.

San Diego Audubon's response to COVID, and caring for our flock.

Theses endangered seabirds were able to have a productive season thanks in large part to our volunteers.

San Diego Audubon has been tackling some of our region's largest environmental problems - join us as we celebrate our recent wins.

Our coalition of seabird and ocean advocates is growing, and getting things done.

This year’s event was the largest one yet, with over 400 attendees participating in activities at three different locations in the Kendall-Frost Marsh.

Read up on our work to protect the endangered California Least Tern, 70% growth in our Education Program, abundant wildlife at our sanctuaries, and more!

OUR PARTNERS

  • San Diego Foundation
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  • County of San Diego
    County of San Diego
  • State Coastal Conservancy
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  • Coastkeeper
    Coastkeeper
  • UCNRS logo
  • Malk Nature Fund
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