Posted by: Sandy Steinman | July 9, 2015

Audubon Efforts To Save Humboldt Bay Birds

Audublog reports

In the past five months, Audubon California has been leading a campaign to stop a fast-tracked proposal to massively expand oyster farming into highly sensitive habitat for birds in Humboldt Bay, CA, a global and state Important Bird Area and overall one of the most important sites for birds on the Pacific Flyway. Now, following an outpouring of opposition from Audubon activists who sent over 3,050 letters, and comments from waterfowl hunting and commercial fishing stakeholders, proponents are being forced to reconsider these plans to account for the needs of birds, other wildlife and their habitats.

Read full story at Update from the campaign to save birds in Humboldt Bay



  1. How do we protect the screeachowls when our city is cutting down all of the cotton wood trees in which they live?


  2. […] Audubon Efforts To Save Humboldt Bay Birds […]


  3. Reblogged this on Coalition for American Wildbirds.


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