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Our 2015 Birds of the San Francisco Bay Area Calendar is here! 

 

Give yourself the gift of a bird-filled year… with our 2015 Birds of the SF Bay Area photo calendar!

The soaring power of a Peregrine Falcon in front of the Bay Bridge…the alert yellow eyes of young Great Horned Owls… a tree festooned with a flock of Cedar Waxwings… these are just a few of the inspiring images contributed to the calendar by the Bay Area’s best bird photographers.

The calendar makes a unique, personal holiday gift for avid birders or anyone who enjoys nature.  The cost is just $20 plus postage/tax. Supply is limited, so order yours now!

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Along with the beautiful photos, the calendar include text sidebars about each month’s featured bird, with tips on how to make your backyard, neighborhood, and community even more bird-friendly. It lists all major holidays plus dates and counties of rare/unusual bird sightings in Northern California. 

All proceeds go to benefit Golden Gate Audubon’s conservation and education programs.

 

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Vaux’s Swifts in San Rafael, 2014

By Cindy Margulis

I absolutely love the energy associated with massive numbers of birds ingathering — especially at dusk.   So I was treated to a particularly breathtaking marvel on September 19 as migrating Vaux Swifts swirled in the sky above the historic smokestacks at McNear’s Brick & Block in San Raf…

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Protecting Plovers in Pacifica

By Sue Morgan

On a gorgeous sunny day in Pacifica, with surfers nearby in the water, more than fifty men, women and children converged from all around the San Francisco Bay Area to assist Pacifica Shorebird Alliance and the City of Pacifica with the installation of long-fought-for symbolic fencing to protect the small pop

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Audubon report on birds & climate change

By Ilana DeBare

As wildlife lovers, as Bay Area residents, as supporters of Golden Gate Audubon, we already know that climate change means trouble for birds.

But as of this week, we suddenly know a lot more about how bad that trouble will be — and which species will be at greatest peril.

National Audubon Society just re…

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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.)