banner

 Vote YES on Measure AA!

.

Golden Gate Audubon Society urges you to vote YES on Measure AA, a $12-per-year parcel tax that will raise $500 million to restore wetlands around San Francisco Bay.

As Audubon members, we know how important healthy wetlands are for shorebirds and waterbirds, including endangered species like the Ridgeway’s Rail. But restored wetlands also benefit people — by providing environmentally-friendly flood control (more important than ever due to climate change and sea level rise) and opportunities for outdoor recreation.

This is a once-in-a-generation opportunity to leave a healthier Bay for our children and grandchildren. How you can help:

(1) Vote YES on AA. It’s at the bottom of your June primary ballot — don’t overlook it!

(2) Tell your friends and family about Measure AA. Many people have not even heard about this ballot measure. You can also post about it on Facebook, Twitter, or other social media!

(3) Take part in phone banking – making calls to potential swing voters about Measure AA. 

There are phone bank sessions on many weeknights (5 to 8:30 p.m.) before the June 7 election in both Berkeley and San Francisco. Training and snacks provided! Click here for dates and details on phone banking in Berkeley. Click here for info on San Francisco. RSVP requested.

Learn more about why we support Measure AA in the spring issue of our Gull newsletter.

What's New?

GOLDEN GATE BIRDER - THE GGAS BLOG

Visiting Castle Rock breeding bird colony

By Patricia Bacchetti

Early May marks the occurrence of Godwit Days, the annual birding festival in Arcata, in Humboldt County. By doing some advance planning this year, I was able to register and attend this well-run event with friends. Be warned: The popular trips fill quickly, so check out the schedule in February if you…

Read More »

So many ways to speak out for birds!

By Ilana DeBare

We’ve got a conservation triple-header happening — and you’re invited!

Right now Golden Gate Audubon Society has three major opportunities for you to speak out on behalf of birds and wildlife. There’s something for everyone, whether you like to write, to chat on the phone, or …

Read More »

Birdathon 2016 – a smashing success

By Ilana DeBare

Birdathon 2016 was a smashing success — delighting 198 birders who took part in 22 special field trips, and raising over $62,000 for Golden Gate Audubon Society’s conservation and education programs.

GGAS members and friends gathered for a warm, sunny Birdathon Awards Celebration on Sunday May …

Read More »
View the Blog

Upcoming Field Trips

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.)