Also, check out our Grebe Festival Art Contest open to K-12 students in and around Plumas County:
Golden Eagles near Honey Lake:
Check out this new film on the 2014 symposium on traditional ecology at the Heart K Ranch.
Our truck load shipment of nest boxes just came in!
Made from local pine donated by Sierra Pacific Industries.
Handcrafted by our own master craftsman: PAS President Jerry Williams in his Sierra Valley workshop.
Get yours today at the Plumas Audubon office
429 Main Street in Quincy
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What does Plumas Audubon do?
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See our comment letter to the US Fish and Wildlife Service on listing the California Spotted Owl as threatened or endangered under the Endangered Species Act, November 17, 2015.
Check out our Environmental Education Strategic Plan completed October 1, 2015.
See the Genesee Valley Wildfire Restoration Plan released March 30, 2015.
Check out Plumas Audubon's comment letter to the State Water Resources Control Board on the Upper North Fork Feather River Hydroelectric Project draft EIR, March 25, 2015.
Learn about the results of our long-term Aechmophorus grebe population study in this report, March 25, 2015.
Join e-Bird to submit your observations online and contribute to the largest wildlife observation database in the world. e-Bird can help you learn more about birds and places to see them in your area.
Plumas Audubon adopted a stretch of Highway 89 from the 70 junction to Indian Falls. To get involved email us.
The mission of the Plumas Audubon Society is to promote understanding, appreciation, and protection of the biodiversity of the Feather River Region through education, research, and the restoration and conservation of natural ecosystems.
We invite you to participate in our monitoring and conservation efforts, outreach and education, field trips, and other events.
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