Redwood Region Audubon Society advocates for protection of birds and wildlife by supporting local conservation efforts to protect wildlife and their habitat.

The ultimate objective is to reduce congestion on Broadway. Some of the proposed options include new road(s) through the wetland areas along the bay. Input, ideas, suggestions, etc., are being requested. This is your chance to get involved, and potentially make an impact!
Saturday, January 25, Wigi Wetlands Volunteer Work Day Help restore bird-friendly habitat by removing large swathes of scotch broom and other invasive plant species, as well as trash, from a stretch of the bay trail right behind the Bayshore Mall. Meet at 9:00 a.m. at the back of parking lot between Kohl's and Sportsman's Warehouse (intersection of Christie and Howell Street). Tools and gloves will be provided, or you are welcome to bring your own. Light refreshments, water, and coffee will be available, please bring your own containers. Work ends at 11:00 a.m. For more information, contact Jeremy Cashen at 214-605-7368 or

Second Thursday  January 9
Audubon Society holds its monthly Conservation Meeting the second Thursday of each month noon at Rita’s Margaritas and Mexican Grill, 1111 5th Street, Eureka. (707) 445-8311.


Join our free bird walk at the
Arcata Marsh and Wildlife Sanctuary every Saturday!
Student Writing Contest which is held in conjunction with Godwit Days is coming soon! Details here. And you can read last year's entries here.
The Student Art Contest is also part of the Godwit Days festivities. Entry information here. And last year's winners for your enjoyment!
Would you like to know about recent bird sightings in Humboldt County? Here are two easy ways to make that happen!
Volunteer Opportunities!
* Help create bird-friendly habitat at Wigi Wetlands, Saturday, January 25.

Get the great new birding guide by Ken Burton and Leslie Scopes Anderson!  It links well-known and obscure birding sites, some of them only recently opened to the public, into 25 routes spanning the entire county.
The 3rd edition of RRAS’ Common Birds of Northwest California by local birder Kenneth Burton and photographer Leslie Anderson is now available!
See our Merchandise page for more info.
California Condors will be flying here again - hopefully next year!

Keep Up to Date Via RRAS Listserve

Be reminded about field trips and programs and learn about upcoming meetings, public hearings, and symposia of interest to RRAS members and other concerned nature lovers.

Create an account at if you don't already have one, then search for rras and join us!
Red-tailed Hawk photo by
Susan Wellington