SBAS welcomes a new Peregrine Falcon to its Eyes In the Sky Program Santa Barbara Audubon Society (SBAS) welcomes a new bird to its Eyes In the Sky Program (EITS) located at the Audubon Aviary at the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History. The Peregrine Falcon, “Koda,” is believed to be approximately four years old… Read more »
News & Media
The Santa Barbara Independent has begun a new monthly feature article on birding. The article is authored by Hugh Ranson.Be sure to check it out. The debut article can be found HERE.
Volume 27 Issue 6 of the Montecito Journal (4-11 February 2021) has a write-up of the Santa Barbara Christmas Bird Count (CBC) starting on page 50! The end of the article talks about ways to get involved. Item 4 is about the Migratory Bird Treaty Act that has been under attack by the federal government. … Read more »
Global Big Day is May 9th! Global Big Day is an annual celebration of birds. You can even participate from the safety of your own home! Just look out your window or in your yard, and report what you see and hear to eBird. You don’t need to be a bird expert or go out… Read more »
The last two weeks of April proved to be banner weeks for SBAS in local media outlets. First up was the Independent with an article titled Backyard Birding Really Helps Being Stuck at Home. The Independent subsequently published a letter Happy Birding, by our Executive Director in response to the previous article. Next up was… Read more »