Voting has begun for Audubon California's
2011 Bird of the Year, which will recognize a California bird species of conservation
interest that made a significant impact in 2011. All members of the public are
encouraged to cast their votes online through Dec. 11. You can
vote as many times as you like. Here's the link: http://bit.ly/tnA0A0.
You also access the poll on our website at www.ca.audubon.org.
created the designation in 2009 to highlight the state's remarkable birds and
the conservation challenges many of them face.
Although you can vote for (write in) any bird you wish, Audubon California has nominated seven species in particular: California Condor, Western
Snowy Plover, Sandhill Crane, Tricolored Blackbird, Black Oystercatcher, Golden Eagle, and Vaux's Swift.
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