Golden Gate Audubon’s member newsletter is published four times a year (January, April, July and October) and provides in-depth information on:
- Current conservation issues affecting Bay Area birds and wildlife.
- Bay Area birds and birding hotspots.
- Upcoming guest speakers and other events.
- News about GGAS’ initiatives in environmental education, conservation, and other areas.
For issues from the past decade, see our Gull Archives page. For digitized copies of older issues going back to 1919, see the Biodiversity Heritage Library.
Have The Gull delivered to your door every quarter by becoming a paid Golden Gate Audubon member! Better yet, have it delivered to your computer or mobile device electronically. You’ll receive an email link to the online edition about a week before the print version — plus you’ll save trees, and save postage costs that can be put to use for conservation and education work. To read The Gull online instead of receiving it by mail, please contact our office at firstname.lastname@example.org or (510) 843-2222.
Fall 2022 Gull is now online
The fall issue of our quarterly Gull newsletter is now available online, with a cover story on the ethics of intervening in the lives of wild birds, an editorial piece on the controversy of the "Audubon" name and GGAS's current plan/position, and a highlight of birding hotspot Meeker Slough in Richmond.
To download and read this new issue of The Gull, click here.