Richardson Bay Audubon Center and Sanctuary

Education

Updated on October 9, 2019

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A 900 acre water bird sanctuary on the San Francisco Bay that provides public education programs serving 40,000 people annually. Public programs focus on wetlands and the San Francisco Bay, migratory birds, and endangered species. The Richardson Bay Center also provides leadership in environmental education for Audubon throughout the state.

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