Here at Plumas Audubon our commitment to ecological conservation has a wingspan that extends beyond that of just birds. We understand that ecosystems are multifaceted systems with complex interactions, and that preserving integrity at a broader scope may increase success at multiple points throughout the web. In other words, an ecosystem-level approach offers a holistic repair rather than working in a vacuum. As a result, our organization has much to report from many surveys and monitoring efforts across the biological spectrum from orchids to frogs, and grebes, turtles, and more.
Moonlight Fire Restoration Projects
Genesee Valley Project
PEEP - Plumas Environmental Education Program
Western Pond Turtle Project
Quincy Watershed Improvement Project
Flammulated Owl Project
Feather River College Watershed Improvement Project
Bird-friendly and Climate-wise Yards
Bank Swallow Project
Burrowing Owl Project
The mission of Plumas Audubon is to promote understanding, appreciation, and protection of the biodiversity of the Feather River Region, especially birds, through education, research, and the restoration and conservation of natural ecosystems.