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Media

17 Apr 2016 San Francisco Bay: Massive effort to remove aquatic invader nearly finished, San Jose Mercury News

28 Mar 2016 In Search of Mud to Save San Francisco Bay, Scientific America

23 Mar 2016 At San Pablo Bay refuge, waterbirds are at home, The Sacramento Bee

21 Mar 2016 Steelhead Trout Back In Lower Alameda Creek, Up Your Creek!

21 Mar 2016 Habitat restoration, Bay Trail extension and debris cleanup slated for Eastshore State Park, Contra Costa Times

15 Mar 2016 Rising seas to displace millions on coasts, demographers warn., SF Gate

8 Mar 2016 California storms send billions of gallons of water into reservoirs, San Jose Mercury News

29 Feb 2016 Skeeters Undone, Estuary News

24 Feb 2016 Contra Costa Times editorial: Bay Area voters should support wetlands restoration tax, Contra Costa Times

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Announcements

28 Apr 2016 Become a plover docent at San Francisco Bay Bird Observatory

27 Apr 2016 Check out the April-June 2016 issue of Bay Nature and a story about Oro Loma and the experimental levee using wastewater wetlands to blunt the impact of sea level rise.

27 Apr 2016 Final Phase 2 Alviso/Ravenswood Environmental Document available for review through May 26

25 Apr 2016 Abstracts due May 9 for the North American Ornithological conference

20 Apr 2016 Abstracts for Bay-Delta Science Conference due June 3

15 Apr 2016 Listen to Laura Valoppi's brown bag seminar on Adaptive Management at the SBSP

13 Apr 2016 Public comment period open May 12 through June 17 for PROP 1 Urban Rivers Grant Program

11 Apr 2016 USDA announces $15 million available through the Wetland Reserve Enhancement Partnership. Proposals due by May 16!

11 Apr 2016 Grant applications for Round 3 of Prop 1 funding due to the Coastal Conservancy on March 31, 2016. : scc_psp_prop_1_round_3.pdf

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The State of the Birds San Francisco Bay 2011
Produced by PRBO Conservation Science and the San Francisco Bay Joint Venture





North American Migratory Bird Joint Ventures: 25 Years (Salazar Intro)
from the Cornell Lab of Ornithology on Vimeo