Redwoods, birds and microphones: The quest to save an endangered species

As it prepares to open a pristine redwood grove to the public for the first time, Save the Redwoods League is using technology to protect the giant trees forever. Watch the CNET video below and read the full story to learn more.

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Since 1918, Save the Redwoods League has protected and restored redwood forests and connected people with their peace and beauty so these wonders of the natural world flourish.


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  1. Alan Solomon

    Thanks for that video. I like seeing informative videos like that about Redwoods and Sequoia’s. They inspire and motivate me to do more and be more for the Environment and Wildlife in general but, especially for Redwoods and Sequoia’s.
    In the coming months I will be working with a past professor interested in the environment that focuses on deforestation of forests, old growth forests, rainforests and especially the Amazon forest right now. Trees are our friends and we need to provide for them and take special care for them. We will be looking for contributions and funding to start a few projects that have not been addressed concerning trees and forests that will greatly help the environment concerning trees.
    I am a long time supporter of Redwoods, Sequoia’s and Save The Redwoods League among others, although, I have not donated or contributed financially in a long time. One day soon I plan on making a donation!!**
    If I can be of any help otherwise I am just in Southern California close to Palm Springs and I would love to help out in the future if I can from my end. Currently, I add to and sign many petitions on a daily basis for multiple environmental and wildlife organizations as well as make calls to my Senators and Representatives, write letters to newspapers and attend local environmental functions and events. Please don’t hesitate to call on me if I can be of any help.
    Thanks for ALL you and your staff do for this Planet and ALL the inhabitants (including trees) that live here.
    Alan

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    • Save the Redwoods League

      Thank you Alan for all your support and your love for forests!

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