Our Centennial exhibit comes to Lindsay Wildlife

The traveling exhibit celebrating our 100th anniversary is now on display at Lindsay Wildlife Experience in Walnut Creek, through February 2018.

Lindsay Wildlife Experience is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Wednesdays through Sundays. It’s located at 1931 First Avenue in Walnut Creek. For directions, parking, and other visitor information, see https://lindsaywildlife.org/hours-prices-directions/.
Centennial exhibit at the Presidio / Photo by Billy Douglas

Lindsay Wildlife Experience is the final stop for our Centennial exhibit during 2017.ggas_centenniallogo_cmyk_fnl

Other venues included:

State of California Building Atrium.
January 3-30, 2017

Tilden Regional Park Environmental Education Center
February 1 – March 31, 2017

Oakland City Hall & Dalziel Building
May 24 – July 7, 2017

Tides Thoreau Center at the Presidio
July 10 – September 29, 2017

Lindsay Wildlife Experience
October 3, 2017 – February 28, 2018

Coyote Hills Regional Park Visitor Center
July 18, 2018 – 


Viewing the Centennial exhibit in San Francisco
Viewing part of the Centennial exhibit in Berkeley


Special Centennial issue of The Gull

We also have other Centennial-related events planned for 2017, including monthly guest speakers on species and topics related to our history and field trips to parks that we have helped protect or restore. Click here to download the special Centennial issue of our Gull newsletter, which tells the fascinating story of our first 100 years.

Our overall goal for the year is to strengthen Golden Gate Audubon so that we can be an even more effective advocate for Bay Area birds and wildlife in the coming century. We are proud of our achievements — from stopping oil dumping off the Farallon Islands in the 1920s to protecting Alameda’s endangered Least Tern nesting colony in the 2000s — and we hope to share them with with our existing members as well as thousands of people who are new to Golden Gate Audubon.

You can help! How?

  • Bring your friends to the exhibit or to other GGAS events during 2017.
  • Recruit a new member for GGAS. Help us grow! Every current member who gets a friend to join GGAS for the first time will receive a beautiful enamel pin with our Centennial logo… one for you and one for your friend! Have your friend sign up at goldengateaudubon.org/bring100 to take advantage of the Centennial pin offer.
  • Volunteer to help with the exhibit, a Centennial reception, or other GGAS outreach activities such as staffing an information table at a community event or wildlife festival. Email volunteer@goldengateaudubon.org to help.
  • Identify new venues for the exhibit! Do you know of a public space such as a library or community center that might be able to host the exhibit in 2018 or 2019? Let us know! Email ggas@goldengateaudubon.org.
  • Join GGAS if you are not yet a member of the chapter.
  • Donate! Your tax-deductible contribution will help launch another century of successful conservation leadership.

Questions? Contact us at ggas@goldengateaudubon.org or (510) 843-2222.

We look forward to sharing the Centennial fun with you!


Juvenile Northern Harrier by Jerry Ting.