Spring 2021 Gull is now online

Gull cover - spring 2021The spring 2021 issue of our quarterly Gull newsletter is now available online, with stories on Birdathon 2021, our Plants for Birds initiative, and GGAS’s dedicated volunteers. Also upcoming guest speakers and a feature on American Avocets, just as their white plumage starts to turn orange for breeding season!

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Summer 2021 Gull is now online

Summer Gull image of Point MolateThe Summer 2021 issue of our quarterly Gull newsletter is now available online, with stories on the fight to save Point Molate, our new Climate Watch program, and birding at Martin Luther King Jr. Regional Shoreline. Also upcoming guest speakers and a feature on White-tailed Kites.

To download and read this new issue of The Gull, click here.

P.S. If you’re a GGAS member who receives the printed edition of The Gull by mail but would like to switch to online delivery by email, contact our office at ggas@goldengateaudubon.org. This saves postage and paper.…

The Winter 2021 Gull is now available

The new edition of The Gull is now available online. Our Winter 2021 edition has lots of great stories, including a behind the scenes look at Auk the Vote!, a grassroots campaign created by GGAS board members and volunteers, birding during the pandemic, learning about the Feminist Bird Club, and more!

Fall 2020 Gull is available

The new edition of The Gull newsletter for October 2020 is now available online. Learn about our upcoming travel program offerings and mark your calendars for the 2021 year! Also read about Wildcat Canyon, voting on behalf of birds and wildlife, and get updates about what we’ve been up to during these unprecedented times. 

Summer 2020 Gull is available

The spring 2020 issue of our Gull newsletter is now available online, featuring details on the positive impact of GGAS's Master Birder class.