More GGAS News

Summer 2017 Gull is available

June 19th, 2017

The new edition of The Gull newsletter for Summer 2017 is now available online.

Learn the story behind the Bay Area’s first live Osprey nest cam, which has drawn over 44,000 viewers.

Also get the latest news on Oakland herons, ...Read More

Submit bird photos for our 2018 calendar!

May 29th, 2017

Calling all Bay Area bird photographers! It’s time for our annual contest to select photos for our 2018 Birds of the San Francisco Bay Area photo calendar.

Send us your three favorite photos of Bay Area birds, by midnight on ...Read More

Celebrate our Centennial!

May 10th, 2017

Talk about big birthdays: Golden Gate Audubon Society is turning 100 in 2017!

We hope you’ll join us for a full year of inspiring Centennial events, centered around a compelling museum-style exhibit about Bay Area birds and Golden Gate Audubon ...Read More

Our nest cam Ospreys hatch their second chick!

May 5th, 2017

Now we have two Osprey chicks!

Richmond and Rosie, the Osprey pair at the center of our live video feed in Richmond, hatched their first chick on Friday morning, May 12! Then their second hatched on Sunday, May 14, Mother’s ...Read More

2017 GGAS Board Election — Vote online or in person

April 30th, 2017

Golden Gate Audubon Society is a membership organization, so once each year we ask our members to vote on nominees to the GGAS Board of Directors.

We are delighted to present one dedicated and highly qualified Board candidate during this ...Read More

Spring 2017 Gull is available

April 1st, 2017

The new edition of The Gull newsletter for Spring 2017 is now available online.

Learn about how we helped secure an upgraded haulout for harbor seals, Brown Pelicans and other water birds in Alameda.

Also get the scoop on birding ...Read More

Docents explain Lake Merritt’s birds

March 15th, 2017

Take a stroll around Lake Merritt this spring and have our friendly docents help you learn about the birds! Golden Gate Audubon Society volunteers will be stationed on the north edge of the lake (near the nesting islands and Rotary ...Read More