Sierra Foothills Audubon Society is headquartered in Grass Valley, California. Our membership area includes Nevada, Placer, Yuba, Sierra and El Dorado County.

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March 2021

Upcoming Events

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7:00 pm May General Meeting with Zoom @ Zoom
May General Meeting with Zoom @ Zoom
May 6 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Steve Rose, Willie Hall and Heath Wakelee will talk about species from bluebirds to orioles to peregrine falcons.  They will discuss nesting birds and discuss other interesting tidbits about our local birds.  The presentation will include awesome photographs.  You will be able to ask questions of our presenters and if you are not able to attend that night the program ...

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Breeding Bird Atlas of Nevada County, CA



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Cost $30 (includes shipping and tax).

For further information and to reserve a copy of the Atlas, contact Steve Rose at gnateater@gmail.com.

  • Contents

    • 410 pages
    • 166 Species Accounts based on 2014–2018 data
    • Detailed description of the county’s geography, geology, habitats, and elevation zones
    • Species of uncertain, irregular, or potential breeding status
    • Comprehensive gazetteer of survey locations with GPS coordinates and elevations

  • The Species Accounts

    • Color breeding distribution maps
    • Seasonal status and migration timing
    • Breeding distribution and habitat
    • Breeding phenology and natural history
    • Conservation status
    • County breeding population estimates

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