Protecting birds and their habitats
We engage people thorugh volunteer opportunites, conservation leadership development, and hosting research to better understand and inform action to protect eelgrass, Pacific herring, and waterbirds.
Nearly 25,000 acres of open bay habitat designated as Important Bird Areas in northern and southern Bay to help protect waterbirds.
The Richardson Bay Audubon Center & Sanctuary waters are closed to boats from October 1 to March 31 every year.
Help us engage future conservation leaders! When you sponsor a youth leader, you help the birds.
Learn about this island enhancement project right here in Richardson Bay!
Richardson Bay was named as one of 148 Important Bird Areas in California in the publication Important Bird Areas of California by Daniel S. Cooper, 2004.
There are so many ways to help create and be a part of a bird-friendly community!
Join us at sunset for oysters, wine, and music on the beach followed by elegant picnic fare at the Richardson Bay Audubon Center on October 12.
Watch world-renowned tattoo artists give bird tattoos, learn bird language, enjoy beer and food trucks, stroll on the beach, listen to Artic tales, and take action on climate change.