The Gull Current Issue

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.

Current and past issues are available on this website.

Have The Gull delivered to your door every other month by becoming a paid GGAS 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 ggas@goldengateaudubon.org or (510) 843-2222.

Winter 2017 Gull is available

January 2nd, 2017

Special Centennial issue of The Gull

The new edition of The Gull newsletter for Winter 2017 is now available — a special 20-page issue celebrating the Centennial of our founding in 1917!

Read it for stories and images from 100 years of protecting Bay Area birds. Learn about our successful campaigns to prevent oil spills, create Audubon Canyon Ranch, and preserve Mono Lake, and meet past GGAS heroes such as Elsie Roemer, Paul Covel, and Junea Kelly.

Also get the scoop on our traveling Centennial museum exhibit, which will be on display at five public venues throughout 2017! We hope you’ll celebrate this landmark year with us at the exhibit or at one of our other events throughout the year.

Of course this issue of The Gull also includes GGAS news updates and the calendar for our Speaker Series in January, February and March!

Click here to read it: TheGull_Winter2017.

P.S. If you’re a GGAS member who gets the Gull online by email but would like a print copy of this special edition, contact our office at ggas@goldengateaudubon.org. We’ll be happy to mail you one.