There’s always something going on at San Diego Audubon! Check out our events calendar below, as well as our most recent blog posts.
While many of our in-person programs are on hiatus, we still have plenty of ways to stay involved digitally - find out more at email@example.com.
They're back! The Keller Barn Owls, Pop Pop Prince and Mama Gufo (“owl” in Italian) are nesting again, and we get to see what's going on in the nursery. Check back often, as the story changes every day. At the beginning of the season, the parents will dote on one another, preening each other's feathers and being cozy. Then come the eggs, and a little while later, the hungry owlets. Watch them grow. Because this is a livestream, there may be times the owls are not home, being less than glamorous, or doing something you find confusing. We hope you enjoy this window into the daily life of Barn Owls, and learn about their lives by experiencing it firsthand!
Nick Segovia, a USD student, wrote a blog documenting his experience and accomplishments during an internship with San Diego Audubon Society
Voluntarios celebrar La Semana de la Conservación Latina en Kendall-Frost Marsh con la pesca de cerco dirigida por la Dr.Melissa Liotta.
San Diego Audubon hosted two events in celebration of Latino Conservation Week, this time back in person!
Update on the CA Brown Pelican mortality events along the CA coastline.
Large numbers of sick and dying Brown Pelicans have been observed along the CA Coast.
A tribute to Roy Little, founder of Friends of Mission Bay Marshes and a staunch ally for the Kendall-Frost Marsh.