Palos Verdes/South Bay Audubon Society
Last updated July 20, 2016
Serving the Palos Verdes Peninsula and
the Greater South Bay Area
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Bonaparte's Gull; Photo by Nancy Feagans
Western Bluebird; Photo by Jess Morton
Hanging a Bluebird nest box; photo by Efrain Iniguez
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PVPLC’s Cactus Wren Citizen Science Monitoring
You are invited to join our Citizen Science Program for monitoring the charismatic
cactus wrens in our preserves. This will be an annual program to track the birds, their nests,
and their success in rearing babies. Training will take place in February. The monitoring begins in March
and last through August. Spaces sometimes open up during the year, so please check in anytime if you
would like to join us! Volunteers are asked to perform a minimum of four hours of monitoring monthly and
completed two surveys.
For more information please contact our Volunteer Program Manager, Brittany Goldsmith at:  
310-541-7613 x215 or
Visit the Palos Verdes Peninsula Land Conservancy any time at
Questions? Send email to:
Burrowing Owl, White's Point;  Photo by Steve Wolfe
Western Bluebird Nestlings in Box 13 at Harbor Park; Photo by Dan Lee
Wandering Tattler, Marina Del Rey Jetty; Photo by Dan Lee
Female Western Bluebird on Nest, Harbor Park; Photo by Dan Lee
PVSB Audubon is a Proud Affiliate of NABS
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Immature King Eider; Photo by Nancy Feagans
If you find a sick, injured, or orphaned bird (or other mammal) the South Bay Wildlife
organization can help. Visit their website or call (310) 378-9921 for assistance.
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Ongoing Field Trips and Events
IMPORTANT!  PV/SB Audubon field trips are generally free, but
donations of any amount
are much appreciated and will help support programs of the PV/SB
Audubon chapter.
To view June/July Chapter Calendar
of Events and Field Trips Click
. Come to Madrona Marsh and enjoy the program, have some light refreshments, socialize with friends,
and fill out a ticket for the door prize drawing. Prizes are donated by Wild Birds Unlimited. The Madrona
Marsh Nature Center is located at 3201 Plaza del Amo, Torrance, CA  90503.
PVSB Audubon 3rd Tuesday Get-Together
"Audubon and Global Warming"
Presented by: Dave Weeshoff
eptember 20, 7:00 P.M. at the  Madrona Marsh Nature Center
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International Bird Rescue Center
45th Anniversary Celebration
Saturday - July 30th
11am - 4pm
Open House