Audubon
Canyon Ranch

Nature and science for everyone

Photo credit: Carlos Porrata

Audubon
Canyon Ranch

Nature and science for everyone

Photo credit: Carlos Porrata

Audubon Canyon Ranch connects nature, people, and science for a more resilient world. See our 5-year plan for resilience >

Photo credit: Paige Green

Fire Forward

Photo credit: Sashwa Burrous

Good fire builds natural resilience against climate-change driven wildfires. We conduct site visits and prescribed burns, and provide mentorship and training.

Meet your wild neighbors

We support mountain lion conservation with science, outreach, and a network of citizen scientists and wildlife cameras.

Healthy birds, healthy ecosystems

Photo credit: Nils Warnock

Healthy birds are a sign of a healthy ecosystem. We study birds to strengthen conservation efforts and guide policy.

Nature exploration for youth

Do you know a young person between the ages of 8–17 who wants to learn more about wildlife and local habitats while helping with land stewardship and research studies?

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Photo credit: Evan Jenkins

The latest at Audubon Canyon Ranch

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March 4, 2024 08:30 am
to 12:00 pm
Bouverie Preserve

The lands upon which ACR operates are within the ancestral territories of the Coast Miwok, Southern Pomo and Wappo peoples. ACR recognizes that Indigenous communities are very much alive today and striving to protect and maintain relationships with cultural and natural resources on ACR lands; we fully acknowledge that Indigenous lands are still occupied by us and others.

Photo credit: Sebastian Kennerknicht and Jim Codington