And just like that, the bird sanctuary was no more.

 

Past News Stories

Thanks to San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors for consent of the Avila Beach Bird Sanctuary Project proposal. Pictured is Shirley Goetz, Founder of the Avila Beach Bird Sanctuary and long time Avila Beach resident, with the Official Resolution: 13-293.

 

"Avila Beach is located along the Pacific Flyway, which is the path numerous migratory birds use during their journey to and from South America to North America. Avila's fresh water stream micro estuary and salt water coastline provide a perfect place to eat and rest before continuing on their journey." said Ms. Goetz 

 

 


KSBY Story on the Second Annual Avila Beach Bird Sanctuary Day
Avila and Pismo Beach News, February 2016
February 26, 2016
San Luis Obispo Tribune New, February 9, 2016 San Luis Obispo Tribune New, February 9, 2016
Avila and Pismo Beach News, January 2016
Avila and Pismo Beach News, March 2015
Coast News February 19 - March  4, 2015 Coast News February 19 - March 4, 2015
Avila and Pismo Beach News, February 2015
Journal Plus, May 2014, Cover image Journal Plus, May 2014
SLO Coast Journal, April 2014
SLO Coast Journal, April 5, 2014
Pacific Wildlife Newsletter/Critter Corner February 26, 2014 Pacific Wildlife Newsletter/Critter Corner February 26, 2014
Avila and Pismo Beach News, July 2013
San Luis Obispo Tribune, March 15, 2013 - Avila Group Backs Bird Sanctuary San Luis Obispo Tribune, March 15, 2013
The Tribune New, March 14, 2013
San Luis Obispo Tribune, October 3, 2012
Pelican Network
Santa Lucian, February 2012
Santa Lucian, June 2011

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