Pasadena Audubon would like to thank all of the businesses, organizations, and individuals that have made the Birding Guide to the Greater Pasadena Area a reality.
Corporate and Organization sponsors
Our mission is to create an “Emerald Necklace” green infrastructure network of parks, trails, river greenways and green schools throughout the Los Angeles Basin to connect the ‘Mountains to the Sea’; and in doing so, improve access to recreation and link Southern Californian communities to nature and each other, expand access to safe non-vehicular transportation, create culturally meaningful public spaces within blighted communities, and protect urban communities from the harmful effects posed by climate change.
The Arroyos & Foothills Conservancy has been working since 2000 with urgency to preserve, connect and enhance natural landscapes in our urban setting. We introduce people to these lands for stewardship and education, thereby fostering a new generation of conservationists. Our goal is to preserve land for the benefit of wildlife which depend upon its habitat value, but also for its cultural significance, and educational opportunity.
We are thrilled to support Pasadena Audubon’s Birding Guide to the Greater Pasadena Area and look forward to using it in the field!
Celestron, headquartered in Torrance, California, has been an optics industry leader for over 60 years, continually developing exciting binoculars, microscopes, outdoor electronics, spotting scopes, and telescopes with the latest revolutionary technologies for worldwide customers. Celestron is proud to help support Pasadena Audubon Society and its various birding enrichment programs for the community.
The Eaton Canyon Nature Center Associates (ECNCA) is a chapter of the Nature Center Associates (NCA), a non-profit 501(c)(3) support group of the natural area park system of Los Angeles County. Founded for educational and scientific purposes, its primary mission is to develop in children and adults an appreciation of the natural world and to preserve Eaton Canyon as a natural area for future generations.
Theodore Payne Foundation is a unique nonprofit community resource located in Sun Valley California. The mission of the organization is to inspire and educate Southern Californians about the beauty and ecological benefits of California native plant landscapes. In order to achieve this mission, TPF administers robust educational programming and community outreach in addition to a full service native plant nursery, seed store and plant production facility.
The Arroyo Seco Foundation and Hahamongna Native Plant Nursery are pleased to join with Pasadena Audubon Society in celebrating the majestic Birds of the Greater Pasadena Area, especially the Least Bell’s Vireo.
Come visit us in Hahamongna Watershed Park or at www.arroyoseco.org
Founded in 1962, the West Pasadena Residents’ Association is dedicated to maintaining and enhancing the character of our community and the quality of life in West Pasadena. The WPRA fulfills this mission by informing residents of current issues, representing their interests, and supporting the activities of others with shared interests. WPRA involvement ranges from maintaining trees to maintaining city infrastructure, from open space to transportation, from architecture to development, and much more.
Hawk level ($2,500)
The Jean Horton Family
Owl level ($1,000)
Marsha D. Fowler
David and Vicki Ho
Kristan and Philip A. Swan
Woodpecker level ($500)
Sandra Goodenough and Richard Schulhof