Get the latest updates on our ongoing campaign to restore native wetland habitat to the northeast corner of Mission Bay.
San Diego Audubon’s ReWild Mission Bay Chosen as One of Three Primary Regional Wetlands Projects
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.
Success in Sacramento!
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…
The History of Mission Bay Wetlands
Learn about Mission Bay’s history from the prehistoric to the modern era, and how ReWild is working to restore its natural areas.
Restoring Mission Bay: How ReWild’s Wildest Plan Will Shape San Diego’s Environmental Efforts
Nearly 30 years ago the City of San Diego identified Mission Bay as a resotration priority. ReWild’s Wildest plan would restore ecological balance and increase public access.