2019 Birds of the Bay Area photo calendar

Bring the beauty of Bay Area birds into your home or office every day with our 2019 Birds of the San Francisco Bay Area photo calendar.

The soft downy faces of two Western Grebe chicks captivate onlookers in Sue Petterson’s cover photo.

A Heermann’s Gull attempts to steal a fish from a Caspian Tern… a Red-tailed Hawk dives for prey… Black-neck Stilts court at Baylands Nature Preserve…. These are just a few of the stunning images donated by the Bay Area’s best bird photographers.Text within the calendar talks about the successful comeback of many featured species and offers tips on how you can be a good neighbor to Bay Area birds.

The calendar makes a wonderful holiday present for anyone who appreciates nature!  Also great as birthday or host/hostess thank you gift. Each page is 9 x 12 inches (so when it is hanging on the wall, it is 12 inches wide and 18 inches high). It’s printed on 80# cover stock. There is nothing flimsy about this calendar and it is easy to write on and display. The paper is sustainably-forested with 10% post-consumer fiber. All of the electricity used in manufacturing the paper is from certified renewable energy.

All proceeds benefit Golden Gate Audubon Society. The supply is limited. Order now to be sure you get a copy! Cost is $20 plus tax, shipping and handing , added during checkout. No shipping cost if you choose to pick up the calendar from our office in Berkeley.

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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.)