For the month of October Santa Barbara Audubon is featured in the Downtown Library Foyer display. A big thank you to Janice Levasheff and her twin Janet for the reservation, design and execution of the display. Stop by the Library and take a look!
Work on the North Campus Open Space (formerly Ocean Meadows Golf Course) is planned to begin in early 2017 with some tree removal in January. In early to mid-February, grading will get underway and fences will go up around the majority of the site, closing access to trails. Based upon the current schedule, UCSB anticipates… Read more »
This year’s Eyes In The Sky open house also held a festive brunch at which Santa Barbara Audubon honored Jan Hamber, a founding member of SBAS and a long time advocate of the California Condor. Several speeches highlighting Jan’s many contributions preceded the special showing of Jeff McLoughlin’s video segment from “The Condor’s Shadow”. You… Read more »
Vic Cox of The Santa Barbara Independent has written an article titled “Restoring a Prize Goleta Valley Habitat” Cris Sandoval’s Journey to Save Snowy Plovers It’s a good read, take a look
by Adrian O’Loghlen [Editor’s note: This is the full article referred to on page 3 of El Tecolote September-November 2016.] One of the most informative approaches for assessing how the rapid and extensive development of urban and rural lands affects local bird populations is to monitor the breeding activity of species that have historically bred… Read more »