Whether you are just beginning to become interested in learning more about nature, or whether you’re a seasoned birding veteran, El Dorado Audubon conducts plenty of activities and programs, most of them free!
Membership is not required, and beginners are welcome! Feel free to read more about The Chapter and about our activities below. If you have questions, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
El Dorado Audubon is a California Chapter of the National Audubon Society serving the communities of Artesia, Avalon, Bellflower, Carson, Cypress, Hawaiian Gardens, La Palma, Lakewood, Long Beach, Los Alamitos, Paramount, Rossmoor, San Pedro, Seal Beach, Signal Hill, Sunset Beach, and Wilmington.
The mission of the El Dorado Audubon Society is the conservation of native birds and their habitats. The society provides leadership in conservation and educates its members and the community, so that they may appreciate birds and participate in the society’s conservation efforts.
Last Four Posts: (Please click on the Post Title to see the full text, and any links to documents or other websites.)
Donation to Niemes Elementary School
By Carolyn Vance
On March 6th, the Chapter donated a solar-powered water feature to Niemes School’s Green Kids Environmental Club. Many thanks to Mike Neilsen for designing and “beta testing” it for the school and to Joe Rosenthal for helping install it as well as … Read-more
San Diego NWR’s
Saturday, April 5th, 8:30 a.m.
Carpool Time: 6:30 a.m.
Leader: Carolyn Vance
Tijuana Slough National Wildlife Refuge (301 Caspian Way, Imperial Beach) provides critical habitat for the Federally-listed endangered California least tern (our mascot), light-footed clapper rail, least Bell’s vireo, and salt marsh bird’s-beak, an endangered plant … Read-more