To advance public understanding of the value and need for conservation
of our wildlife, its habitat, and all natural resources, and to understand
the relationship of such wise use and intelligent treatment to human progress.
To accomplish these goals, the Conejo Valley Audubon Society:
Supports regional and state environmental efforts.
Supports restoration and preservation of the natural wetlands in
the Camarillo Regional Park
Provides ecological field study programs for local schools
Provides speakers on wildlife and the environment to local schools
Provides awards at the Ventura County Science Fair for the best
research projects in the fields of wildlife protection and environmental
Participates in Audubon's annual bird census efforts, the Christmas
Promotes and provides "Audubon Adventures" to local schools.
Provides birding field trips for members and the public.
Provides a wildlife/environment educational booth at the Ventura
Our monthly newsletter
provides an updated report on our completed and ongoing efforts.
Regular meetings are
held on the first Monday evening of each month, September through May,
at the Western Foundation of Vertebrate Zoology, 439 Calle San Pablo,
Camarillo, CA. Everyone is welcome.
The Western Foundation
of Vertebrate Zoology is a non-profit organization founded
in 1956 to promote the study and conservation of birds and other vertebrates.
The organization makes contributions in the areas of natural history collections,
original research and conservation. Exit Hwy 101 at Pleasant Valley Rd.
Head south on Pleasant Valley Rd. - this road eventually veers to the
west. Continue west on Pleasant Valley Rd. past Lewis Road. The second
street past Lewis Rd. is Calle San Pablo. Turn right onto Calle San Pablo.
The foundation is the fifth building on the left. Map