It’s time to renew your Golden Gate Audubon membership for 2017. Or if you haven’t become an official supporting member yet… time to join!
Our memberships run on a calendar year basis, from January 1st through December 31st. If you …Read More »
Sign up now for our 2016 Oakland and San Francisco Christmas Bird Counts!
Be a part of the world’s longest-running citizen science event. Spend a fun day outdoors as part of a team spotting and counting birds, then gather …Read More »
Turn your backyard into a welcoming place for birds! You’ll bring countless hours of joy and beauty into your daily life. And in today’s world of dwindling open spaces, backyards can provide key habitat to help birds survive and thrive.…Read More »
The new edition of The Gull newsletter for Fall 2016 is now available online. Read it to learn to learn about Golden Gate Audubon’s habitat restoration work at seven public sites on both sides of the Bay.
Also get the …Read More »
GOLDEN GATE BIRDER - THE GGAS BLOG
By Ilana DeBare
Golden Gate Audubon Society members are talented birders… but that’s not their only accomplishment. A number of GGAS members are also authors! So — now that it’s holiday shopping season — we figured it might be nice to spread the word about some of their books.
We’ll …Read More »
By Ilana DeBare
The City of Richmond adopted a new zoning plan this month that includes standards for Bird-Safe Buildings — joining a growing number of Bay Area cities that are encouraging bird-safe building design.
The new rules require that windows greater than 24 square feet in size be treated in some way to …Read More »
In 2015, Golden Gate Audubon Society started an initiative to save the lives of S.F. Bay water birds and marine mammals through the recycling of monofilament fishing line. Our volunteers built recycling containers out of PVC pipe, and we arranged for them to be placed at popular East Bay fishing spots. This week, the Port of…Read More »
Upcoming Field Trips
Friday, December 2, 8:30 — 11:00 a.m.
(First Friday bird walk)
Alan Kaplan, LNKPLN67@gmail.com or (510) 526-7609 for messages
Meet at the Nature Area parking lot in front of the Environmental Education Center and Little Farm. …Read More »