Earlyish Start: Getting up before 6:00am, I checked the iffy weather forecast and rousted Allan after showering. While warming yesterday’s coffee at 6:44, I watched a flock of Brown Pelicans (#1) fly upcoast over the shore. Many more flocks followed, several accompanied escorted by gulls. At 7:10 an American Crow (#2) flew past. I phoned… read more
We've got a fresh slate of dates for tours of the Moore Lab bird collection and some exciting new science to tell you about. Scroll on for links and details. And you might not know it from the weather, but the bird migration season is upon us. The migration count at Bear Divide starts next… read more
While the Sepulveda Basin is a winter home to many species of migratory birds, the largest of these by far is the American White Pelican. Traveling in squadrons and weighing up to 30 pounds with 9 foot wingspans, they are among our largest boreal flying birds. Their breeding grounds extend as far north as central… read more
San Fernando Valley Audubon Society (SFVAS) opposes Los Angeles City Proposition SP and recommends voting NO. SFVAS strongly supports the city’s Department of Recreation and Parks. The department manages three of our most important bird watching locations. Proposition SP, a parks and recreational facilities parcel tax, was slapped together at the last minute without community… read more
Every year in December, the Audubon Society conducts the Christmas Bird Count, an international bird census that spans the Western Hemisphere. This year, the San Fernando Valley will be doing its CBC on December 17th. However, preparations for it are already underway. Right now, we are looking for people who would be willing to lead… read more
Join SFVAS at the P-22 Day Festival on Saturday, October 22, 2022 11:00AM - 4:00 PM at Griffith Park! San Fernando Valley Audubon Society will be an exhibitor at this year's P-22 Day Festival! At our exhibit, we will share all things birds, wildlife, and appreication for conservation. Be sure to stop by and say… read more
Our fun and informative bird walks are free to anyone who wants to come along. Everything we do for education and conservation is free. Our members are our core, the people who understand the importance of birds in nature, who follow our activities and join us with their voices when we need to advocate for an important environmental issue. Please become a member and be part of all that SFVAudubon does!