Published on 1/4/2016 on the Audubon CA Audublog by Garrison Frost Through its ReWild Mission Bay project, San Diego Audubon is soliciting public input on a restoration plan that will be presented to the City Council. San Diego’s Mission Bay is one of that area’s best places for birds, and the San Diego Audubon Society […]
By Erik Anderson Video and photography by Nicholas Mcvicker Aired 9/9/15 on KPBS News. San Diego’s Mission Bay will get back a piece of its past if the effort to restore wetlands near Rose Creek happens. The northern rim of San Diego’s Mission Bay could be in for a major facelift. The Audubon Society […]
ReWild calls for community input to enhance and restore up to 170 acres of wetlands SAN DIEGO, July 31, 2015 – San Diego Audubon Society, a local organization dedicated to fostering the protection and appreciation of birds, wildlife and local habitats, announces ReWild Mission Bay and its new website, rewildmissionbay.org. Through the site, Audubon released […]
Published July 2015 by the San Diego Community Newspaper Group San Diego Audubon’s ReWild Mission Bay recently became one of three projects chosen to spearhead wetlands restoration in the San Diego region. As it adopted a resolution to prioritize the protection and restoration of San Diego’s wetlands, the San Diego Regional Water Quality Control Board […]
San Diego, June 24, 2015 Project part of San Diego Water Board’s move to prioritize wetlands restoration Today, San Diego Audubon’s ReWild Mission Bay became one of three projects chosen to spearhead wetlands restoration in the San Diego region.
Exciting news! The CA State Coastal Conservancy board unanimously voted to award San Diego Audubon $460,000, with an additional $25,000 awarded by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, to undertake the Mission Bay Wetland Feasibility Study. This important first step in the Mission Bay Wetlands Initiative will explore options to expand and improve tidal marsh and mudflat habitats […]