The Southwestern Herpetologist Society in Cooperation with the Los Angeles Deptment of Water and Power Pre the EARTH DAY Open House at the Chatsworth Nature Preserve on Sunday, April 12, 2015.
Saturday April 11, 8:00-11:30am at Haskell Creek, where it runs through lovely Sepulveda Basin Wildlife Area.
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By Jeanne Kolasz Taking place on various dates throughout April and May, the annual SFVAS Birdathon puts the “fun” in fundraiser! Birdathon leaders engage in friendly competition with each other and with themselves, trying to improve on last year’s species counts. But everyone is a winner when the donations are received and SFVAS has funding
The latest attempt by some Southern California developers to have the Coastal California Gnatcatcher removed from protections under the Endangered Species Act is pretty outrageous – they claim the bird doesn’t even exist! The delisting petition sponsored by these developers relies on a single recent study claiming that the Coastal California Gnatcatcher is not
San Fernando Valley Audubon needs great leadership to guide us in accomplishing our conservation goal of protecting the quality for wildlife habitat in our area. Service on our board can be your way of helping to insure that we and our children will continue to enjoy the excitement of viewing wild birds in a natural
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2015 will prove a great year for San Fernando Valley Audubon Society! We have just completed a very busy Fall quarter with the Bird Fest, our banquet and the Christmas Bird Count. A big thanks to all those who participated in one or more of those events. We kick the new year off in our
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When you read the current copy of The Phainopepla, you will see that our Christmas Bird Count is scheduled for Saturday, December 20. This is an important event and all eyes are welcome to help us get an accurate census of the birds in our area. We hope you will join us! As you can