Science and Outreach Programs
The San Francisco Bay Bird Observatory works to achieve viable endemic bird populations that are diverse, rich, and abundant and supported by a mosaic of preserved and restored habitats.
We use science to heighten awareness in policymakers and Bay Area residents of the beauty, biodiversity, and sensitivity of our local ecosystem. Through our new Habitats Program, we work to determine methods to restore and manage the ecotone - the upland transition zone between a tidal marsh and upland habitats to provide refugia and cover for species like the endangered California Clapper Rail.
Critical scientific information provided through our Science and Habitats Programs informs land management decisions in the Bay Area.
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