We are starting up our traditional bird walks. Participants will be expected to follow whatever County-mandated protections are in effect at the time of the outing. Check our EVENTS CALENDAR here to see who’s back in business. It’s time to get birding again…together!
April 9, 2022 from 8:30 AM to Noon Haskell Creek, where it runs through Sepulveda Basin Wildlife Reserve, hosts many riparian trees and shrubs, such as cottonwoods and willows. Songbirds forage and nest in the trees, while egrets and herons fish in this heart of the Wildlife Area. The needed winter rains brought a trash… read more
SFVAS's SUSTAINABLE POLLINATOR PILOT PROJECT - LAFD STATION 83 Status: 1/28/2022 The City of Los Angeles is the largest U.S. city to date certified as a biodiversity haven by the National Wildlife Federation - and it can get even better! The San Fernando Valley Audubon Society (SFVAS), already an environmental champion in our region, has… read more
December 6, 2021 California Wildlife Center (CWC) is grateful to the San Fernando Valley Audubon Society for your continued support of our work and our mission to take responsibility for the protection of native wildlife through rehabilitation, education, and conservation. Thanks in part to your contribution, CWC was able to care for 3,898 patients in… read more
Did you know that the SFV Audubon is active on Instagram? IG is a fun way to engage with us and see great bird photos from our SFVA walks. It’s also an easy way to keep up with what’s going on at SFVAS, our events and your fellow birders who attend them. All you have… read more
Sit Spot birding is an alternative approach to birding. Instead of extended walking and standing, it involves finding a comfortable spot in nature to sit, slow down, be in the moment, and notice details and behavior patterns. Sit Spot birding is not list-driven; it is not always trying to get the next bird. It is… read more
Under the supervision of owners Benjamin and Dorothy Tucker, the 12-acre Tucker Wildlife Sanctuary in Orange County started life as a hummingbird-feeding waystation in 1929. As more people came to see the “hummingbird cafeteria,” Mr. and Mrs. Tucker decided to create a dedicated sanctuary. Buildings, shops and trails were added and the public responded enthusiastically.… 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!