More GGAS News

Celebrate autumn with a birding class

June 30th, 2017

Are you curious about the birds in your backyard or neighborhood park? Do you know a little bit about birds but want to learn more? Or are you an experienced birder who wants to take your enjoyment and knowledge to ...Read More

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

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

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

There’s still time to support Birdathon 2017!

February 4th, 2017

Springtime means nesting, migrants, bird song and… Birdathon!  Our biggest and most enjoyable fundraiser of the year takes place throughout the month of April, but we also welcome contributions during May. Our goal is raising $60,000 to protect Bay ...Read More

Bring 100 for 100

December 31st, 2016

What’s the best birthday present you can give to mark Golden Gate Audubon’s 100th anniversary?

Help us grow!!

We want to enter our next century as an even stronger advocate for Bay Area birds. So we’re asking each of our ...Read More