Salesforce Park Bird Walk

Sitting above the new Transbay Terminal in downtown San Francisco, Salesforce Park is an oasis for humans and urban birds alike. Join this meditative and educational walk, which will focus on observing resident and migrant birds. This walk recurs on the first Wednesday of each month. Observant kids of all ages are welcome with adults.

Meet in Salesforce Park at the Main Plaza.  The rooftop park has several access points (see map).  The rooftop park has several access points (map). We will walk about 2/3 mile on a flat, paved trail that is ADA-compliant (i.e., wheelchair accessible and stroller-friendly). Restrooms are available on the park level. Bring binoculars if you have them; we’ll also have a few to borrow. Heavy rain cancels.

Trip Leader: Whitney Grover. wlgrover@gmail.com or (831) 421-2949.

Please note the public health guidelines for this trip, as we emerge from the Covid-19 pandemic:

  • Masks are NOT required in the park. However, they are currently required in the transit center and elevator on the way to the park.

Salesforce Park Bird Walk

Sitting above the new Transbay Terminal in downtown San Francisco, Salesforce Park is an oasis for humans and urban birds alike. Join this meditative and educational walk, which will focus on observing resident and migrant birds. This walk recurs on the first Wednesday of each month. Observant kids of all ages are welcome with adults.

Meet in Salesforce Park at the Main Plaza.  The rooftop park has several access points (see map).  The rooftop park has several access points (map). We will walk about 2/3 mile on a flat, paved trail that is ADA-compliant (i.e., wheelchair accessible and stroller-friendly). Restrooms are available on the park level. Bring binoculars if you have them; we’ll also have a few to borrow. Heavy rain cancels.

Trip Leader: Whitney Grover. wlgrover@gmail.com or (831) 421-2949.

Please note the public health guidelines for this trip, as we emerge from the Covid-19 pandemic:

  • Masks are NOT required in the park. However, they are currently required in the transit center and elevator on the way to the park.

Salesforce Park Bird Walk

Sitting above the new Transbay Terminal in downtown San Francisco, Salesforce Park is an oasis for humans and urban birds alike. Join this meditative and educational walk, which will focus on observing resident and migrant birds. This walk recurs on the first Wednesday of each month. Observant kids of all ages are welcome with adults.

Meet in Salesforce Park at the Main Plaza.  The rooftop park has several access points (see map).  The rooftop park has several access points (map). We will walk about 2/3 mile on a flat, paved trail that is ADA-compliant (i.e., wheelchair accessible and stroller-friendly). Restrooms are available on the park level. Bring binoculars if you have them; we’ll also have a few to borrow. Heavy rain cancels.

Trip Leader: Whitney Grover. wlgrover@gmail.com or (831) 421-2949.

Please note the public health guidelines for this trip, as we emerge from the Covid-19 pandemic:

  • Masks are NOT required in the park. However, they are currently required in the transit center and elevator on the way to the park.

Salesforce Park Bird Walk

Sitting above the new Transbay Terminal in downtown San Francisco, Salesforce Park is an oasis for humans and urban birds alike. Join this meditative and educational walk, which will focus on observing resident and migrant birds. This walk recurs on the first Wednesday of each month. Observant kids of all ages are welcome with adults.

Meet in Salesforce Park at the Main Plaza.  The rooftop park has several access points (see map).  The rooftop park has several access points (map). We will walk about 2/3 mile on a flat, paved trail that is ADA-compliant (i.e., wheelchair accessible and stroller-friendly). Restrooms are available on the park level. Bring binoculars if you have them; we’ll also have a few to borrow. Heavy rain cancels.

Trip Leader: Whitney Grover. wlgrover@gmail.com or (831) 421-2949.

Please note the public health guidelines for this trip, as we emerge from the Covid-19 pandemic:

  • Masks are NOT required in the park. However, they are currently required in the transit center and elevator on the way to the park.

Salesforce Park

Please join us in Salesforce Park.  We will take a leisurely stroll through the park and encounter common and not so common year round residents and migrant birds throughout the year.  This trip is especially good for beginners as we often have very close views of the birds and can really closely study their distinguishing features.  It’s also a great place to begin to learn birdsongs.  The park is wheelchair accessible and restrooms are available. This trip recurs on the first Wednesday of each month. Observant kids of all ages are welcome with adults.

Trip Leader: Thad Mully, twmully@yahoo.com

Please note the public health guidelines for this trip, as we emerge from the Covid-19 pandemic:

  • Masks are NOT required in the park. However, they are currently required in the transit center and elevator on the way to the park.

  • Because this trip is co-sponsored by Salesforce Park, advance registration is NOT required.

Directions: Meet in Salesforce Park at the Main Plaza.  The rooftop park has several access points (see map).  We will cover about 2/3 mile on a flat, paved trail that is ADA-compliant (i.e., wheelchair accessible and stroller-friendly). Restrooms are available on the park level. Bring binoculars if you have them; we’ll also have a few to borrow. Heavy rain cancels.

Google map: https://goo.gl/maps/xNC5QsXaiqCzip8h9