The mission of Santa Barbara Audubon Society is to help conserve and restore the earthıs natural ecosystems and improve its biological diversity, principally in the Santa Barbara area, and to connect people with birds and nature through education, science-based projects and advocacy.
The Conservation Committee of Santa Barbara Audubon addresses local conservation issues on several fronts, typically meeting on the first Monday of each month. Meetings begin at 7:00 PM and are held at the Goleta Valley Community Center (address below) in room 5B (Coastal Resource Information Center). Call Steve Ferry, Conservation Chair, for more information, (805) 967-5162 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Santa Barbara Audubon Society's popular wildlife education program brings live hawks and owls - species native to our area - directly to classrooms and other community groups for close-up and personal encounters. Due to human impacts, these special species ambassadors are no longer capable of surviving in the wild. They are powerful messengers who help people to experience directly the magnificence of our normally elusive wild neighbors and to understand how deeply human actions affect them for better or worse.
Conservation & the Environment
Environment, Conservation, Animals
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