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Clark's Grebe family by Bob Lewis

Support Bay Area birds — 

and have your gift DOUBLED!

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Between now and Labor Day, generous friends of Golden Gate Audubon Society have offered to match all donations to GGAS, up to a total of $7,500!  So if you make a tax-deductible contribution this month, every dollar you give will become two dollars to help Bay Area birds.

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Your $25 gift will become $50… which can buy ten pairs of gardening gloves for use by our 2,500 habitat restoration volunteers.

Your $50 gift will become $100… and buy lumber and tools for one of our Eco-Education fourth grade classes to build nest boxes for chickadees and bluebirds, to be placed in their schoolyard or a local park.

Your $250 gift will become $500… and provide a training seminar for architects on how to design buildings that will reduce the danger of bird collisions.

Help ensure that future generations can enjoy the same Bay Area shorebirds, raptors, and songbirds that you love today! Thank you for your caring and generosity. 

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GOLDEN GATE BIRDER - THE GGAS BLOG

Peninsula Watershed – protect it!

By Noreen Weeden

On September 12, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors’ Land Use Committee will hear a proposed resolution seeking expanded public access to the Peninsula Watershed Lands. It urges the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) to provide enhanced public access to existing roads and trails …

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Heron release caps season of successful rescues

By Ilana DeBare

Capping a season of successful heron rescues and public education, Golden Gate Audubon Society joined with partners International Bird Rescue and Oakland Zoo last Friday to release seven rehabilitated herons and egrets back into the wild.

We released three young Black-crowned Night-Herons and five Snowy…

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Solving the mystery of deformed beaks

By Jack Dumbacher

In late 2010, two fascinating articles appeared that described a new and very serious avian disease (1,2).  So-called “avian keratin disorder,” or AKD, caused birds’ bills to radically overgrow. With these outsized bills, birds were unable to preen or even properly feed —

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Manage your GGAS membership online!

Now you can manage all your GGAS business online — renew your membership, update your contact information, view past donations, or sign up for events such as classes, Birdathon or the Christmas Bird Count. Click here to access your account. (You’ll need to create a login name and password if you don’t have one already. If you forget your password, click on the “forgot your password” link.)