Chapter leaders and members are invited to join us on November 4th through 6th at Tenaya Lodge (pictured) at Yosemite for the 2016 Audubon Assembly! This will be an exciting opportunity for you to meet with chapter leaders and members from all over the state to enjoy birding the iconic sierra, explore conservation opportunities and practices, share…

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What makes Southern California so ecologically diverse?  Dr. Allan Schoenherr, Professor of Ecology from CSU Fullerton is our guest speaker for November’s monthly meeting and program. Dr. Schoenherr is the author of “A Natural History of California” and “Natural History of the Islands of California.”  He will delve into Southern California’s climate and weather, and the…

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Join us for our monthly meeting and program at the BVAS Nature Center: this month’s program features Dr. Lenny Vincent, Southern California’s expert on all things eight-legged. Dr. Vincent has a PhD in Entomology from UC Berkeley, and is a professor of biology at Fullerton College. Extensively published, Dr. Vincent is a leader in both…

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Join us for our monthly meeting and program at the BVAS Nature Center: this month’s program will feature Steve Shunk, who will delve into the amazing world of California’s woodpeckers, their crucial role in the ecosystems, and their habitats. Social starts at 6:30 and program is at 7:00. For more information, please call the Nature…

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Come to our Annual Meeting followed by a free film: Birders:  The Central Park Effect. In the urban wilds of Manhattan, 843-acre Central Park provides a rare oasis of green space for nearly 275 species of birds.  Birders: The Central Park Effect takes us through all the seasons, but showcases many of the  colorful warblers…

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