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Since 1940, the Monterey Audubon Society has been devoted to celebrating and conserving the birds and wildlife of California's Central Coast.

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Shorebird nesting season is underway! Share the shore when you go to the coast to recreate. It's a fun trip for us - it's life and death for them. Learn more about Monterey Bay's nesting Black Oystercatchers and Snowy Plovers.

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We offer free monthly FIELD TRIPS! Click here to find one near you.

Young bird watchers learn about bird banding with Monterey Audubon Society.

The Young Birders Club is a fun and welcoming community for new or seasoned birders. Learn more!



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