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Jays’ Appetite for Human Food Threatens Murrelets

A five-year study led by Elena West and Zachariah Peery from the University of Wisconsin, sponsored by Save the Redwoods League and other organizations, has proven that Steller’s jays’ appetite for human food is a major problem.

See the video and find out why.


Discover redwoods with the Save the Redwoods League Redwood Parks Finder interactive map!

Discover 93 Redwood Parks on Our New Map

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Just in time for summer: You can plan a visit to the 93 redwood parks on our new and improved interactive map of coast redwood and giant sequoia regions. Discover hidden gems, must-see features, events, wheelchair-accessible trails, dog-friendly parks … and more!

Discover your redwoods parks! We’d love your feedback on the new map — please email your thoughts to jbenito@SaveTheRedwoods.org


League in the News

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The Mercury News: Weapon against global warming: California redwoods store more carbon than any other forests in the world, study finds League research team reveals California redwoods store more carbon than any other forests in the world, and that these … Continued


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