On December 19, 2011 San Francisco Mayor Edwin Lee vetoed proposed legislation to restore Sharp Park.
This legislation which was sponsored by Supervisor Avalos was supported by 36 community and environmental groups and approved by the Board of Supervisors.
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The SF Recreation and Parks Dept. is proposing to replace 9 acres of open, naturally-growing grass in Golden Gate Park with synthetic turf and to install several 60-foot tall lights that will illuminate the western end of Golden Gate Park …Read More
Our Birding the Bay Trail Docents will be back on the trail in December.
You can learn from the docents about the birds on these dates:
- Thursday, December 8th from 10:30am-12:30pm at the Hoffman Marsh in Richmond, CA.
- Saturday, December 10th
Celebrate Urban Birds at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology invites organizations and educators to apply for mini-grants to help fund neighborhood event in communities everywhere. To apply for a mini-grants, please visit their website. For more information, please contact …Read More
The State of the Birds Report for San Francisco Bay, 2011 was just released by the Point Reyes Bird Observatory and San Francisco Bay Joint Venture. Click here to read more.…Read More
“TogetherGreen,” a nationwide corporate/community partnership program, taps volunteers to restore San Francisco wetland habitat on former dumping grounds at Pier 94. Click here to learn more!
Round up your birding friends and join our 2011 Christmas Bird Counts:
Oakland on Sunday, December 18
San Francisco on Tuesday, December 27.
Click here to register on-line!…Read More