Conservationists At Odds Over Federal Plan To Poison Invasive Mice On Farallones IslandsA plan by federal wildlife officials to drop poison pellets on the Farallones Island to kill invasive mice has pitted conservation groups against each other.
Early Bird Volunteers Scour San Francisco For Annual Bird CountBird lovers fanned out across San Francisco at dawn on Friday to scour the city during the Golden Gate Audubon Society's annual bird count.
Study Shows Boats Anchored by Sausalito Cause Significant Harm to Bay EcosystemAccording to a study by Audubon California, the illegal mooring of private boats has caused significant damage to the seafloor habitat of Richardson Bay.
Mated Ospreys 'Rosie' And 'Richmond' Reunite In Nest At Richmond ShipyardA pair of the Bay Area's most popular sea birds, 'Rosie' and 'Richmond' are back together again.
Conservationists Rent California Rice Fields As Habitat For Drought-Threatened Migrating BirdsWith severe drought covering 95 percent of California, 'pop-up wetlands' are one of the few tools that conservationists have to help stave off possible bird die-offs this fall.
Report Warns Climate Change Could Impact Half Of All North American Bird SpeciesThe National Audubon Society has released a scathing report warning that climate change could force half of the nation’s bird species to move or adapt to smaller homes.
Soccer Fields In Golden Gate Park Approved To Get Synthetic TurfThe San Francisco Board of Supervisors approved installing synthetic turf and lighting at soccer fields near the Beach Chalet in Golden Gate Park, over objections from environmental and wildlife groups.