Fighting egrets

Malibu Lagoon, 2007, photo by Lorna Herf Thank you for all the wonderful comments! I’m playing with a few things on the site right now, so you might see stuff move around or get a funny error – if that happens don’t worry too much. I’ll let you know when

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National Park Service Centennial

By Seth Shteir National Park Service Centennial By Seth Shteir As an elementary school teacher I'm well aware of how important the national parks are in the eyes of my students. One September, on the first day of school, seven year old Jared blurted out excitedly, "We saw California condors

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Morongo Valley Birdathon

Monthly Field Trip to Morongo Valley – A BIRDATHON Event Location: Morongo Valley Notes: This desert oasis offers great birding in the spring. Warblers, flycatchers, hummingbirds and orioles are among the birds expected. At least one pair of Vermilion Flycatchers has been seen every April in memory.Directions: Allow 2 1/2

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Butterbredt Springs Birdathon

Birding Butterbredt Springs, California City, Galileo Hills, Piute Ponds. Date: Tuesday April 24, 2007 Time: 6:00 am – 6:00 pm Location: A BIRDATHON Event Notes: Meet at 6:00 a.m. at the park-n-ride lot on the east side of Avenue S in Palmdale. We will then stop in Palmdale for a

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Monthly Field Trip Report by Richard Barth

On February 17 our group visited the large private game preserve in southeastern Ventura County. Summer-like temperatures with very strong wind conditions prevailed. The high winds held down the number of birds encountered, but we still had a productive walk. We tallied Snow Goose and nine species of ducks. Raptor

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California Condor to Benefit from State’s First Voluntary Discontinuance of Lead Ammunition

Tejon Ranch Company joined with the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service and Audubon California to further protect the California Condor by announcing it would discontinue the use of lead hunting ammunition on Tejon Ranch, the 270,000-acre privately-owned ranch in California’s Tehachapi Mountains that is home to the state’s largest private

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pages and posts

There are two kinds of ways to write content on this site, Pages and Posts. Pages contain static and non-changing information. For instance, the membership signup process does not get many updates, and is not time-oriented, so it is a Page.  Most of the links in the upper left column

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Conservation

Owners: Seth Shteir and Kris Ohlencamp SAMPLE TEXT REPLACE AUDUBON-AT-HOME Restoring Habitat, One Yard At A Time by Alan Pollack It was a beautiful spring day in 1995. I had recently retired and was enjoying my volunteer work with Habitat for Humanity. On this particular day, I was relaxing on

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Welcome!

This is the test site for the San Fernando Valley Audubon’s future webpage. Please take a look around and click on things. Stuff is being reworked and breaking right now, so you might even see something move right before your eyes. If you have any questions, please let me know:

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About

This is an example of a WordPress page, you could edit this to put information about yourself or your site so readers know where you are coming from. You can create as many pages like this one or sub-pages as you like and manage all of your content inside of

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