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Conserve the Birds

September 7, 2017 // 0 Comments

The North Coast of California happens to be one of richest areas in the country in terms of avian diversity, between some 300 and 350 species of birds can be found from just offshore, all the way to the first inland ridge-line. Humboldt Bay in particular is a vital stop for birds migrating along the Pacific Flyway which is a route used by millions of birds for migration to wintering and breeding grounds. The Bay’s coastal mudflats support some of the highest densities of shorebirds in California, housing 60% of all migrating Black Brant, 23% of all migrating and overwintering Western Sandpiper, 44% of all migrating and overwintering Dublin, and 3.5% of all Long Billed Curlews, just to name a few, but there are several other species of birds protected under the act that migrate to and through Humboldt County. [...]

4/20 at HPRC

April 20, 2017 // 0 Comments

Article by Juan Herrera Video by Juan Herrera and Chelsea Medlock Right when you enter, the strong aroma of medicinal marijuana hits your nostrils so hard you can almost [...]