Written by Peter Sharpe | April 30th, 2012
Wildlife biologist Peter Sharpe shares why the 2012 bald eagle nesting season on California’s Channel Islands has already exceeded expectations.
Written by Nicole Levins | September 28th, 2011
Written by Peter Sharpe | June 28th, 2011
A bald eagle chick known as A-73 is now a webcam star. We’ve seen his first wing exercises and his banding, but his latest milestone is the most exciting yet.
Written by Peter Kareiva | June 7th, 2011
Should we continue to fight invasive species? Peter Kareiva says a new article in the journal Nature should make us think hard about how and where we say yes.
Written by Peter Sharpe | April 18th, 2011
Bald eagles are once again nesting on our Santa Cruz Island preserve, this time at a new location. Biologist Peter Sharpe explains what’s happening at the new site.
Written by Scott Morrison | October 20th, 2010
An extremely rare bird that occurs on only one island off California faces an unusual conservation problem. Our scientist explains the unique ways we’re fighting to save it.
Written by Peter Sharpe | August 2nd, 2010
Wildlife biologist Peter Sharpe explains why the return of bald eagles to the Channel Islands is one of California’s greatest conservation success stories.
Written by Scott Morrison | June 11th, 2010
Our conservation work on California’s Santa Cruz Island has had extraordinary outcomes — but there’s still work ahead (including outfoxing invasive ants), says Conservancy scientist Scott Morrison.
Written by Peter Sharpe | April 5th, 2010
Two bald eaglets have hatched on the Conservancy’s Santa Cruz Island preserve in California! Learn more and watch the action with a live nest cam.