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Our first look at a new litter of kittens born to P4 in July in the Mt. Veeder area of Napa County. Mom and kittens enjoy a deer feast, one of many she will provide for these hungry kittens for the next year, until they are ready to disperse.
While trained as an ornithologist, Sarah Warnock has a passion for fossils and recently made the discovery of a lifetime. While the find alone is thrilling, there is a possibility that the tooth, surrounding material and location may be able to allow scientists to pinpoint the timeline for the birth of Tomales Bay.
A new study reveals a decline since 1970 of nearly 3 billion North Americans birds. Shorebirds are not immune, with a nearly 65% decline seen in ACR's surveys of Tomales Bay. It’s up to all of us to make sure that results of monitoring work like this are heard by those who can influence stewardship practices.

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