Golden Gate Audubon has been speaking out on behalf of birds and wildlife in two current controversies involving the city of San Francisco — the city’s plans to host the America’s Cup, and to create brightly-lit artificial turf soccer fields in the Beach Chalet area of western Golden Gate Park.
The East Bay Express and Berkeleyside recently ran stories on the small winter population of burrowing owls at the Berkeley marina and on GGAS’s volunteer docents. Check out the Berkeleyside story, with great photos by GGAS docent Doug Donaldson.…Read More
John Muir Laws led an amazing class on drawing birds as a fundraiser for Golden Gate Audubon
American Bird Conservancy is marketing a new translucent tape that can warn birds away from glass windows. helping decrease collisions that kill as many as 1 billion birds each year.
Congratulations to Dominik Mosur who recorded 273 species of birds in his 2011 big year in San Francisco.
His final tally was 273 species for San Francisco County, 264 for City only. Dominik used ebird to track the species. Some birds were …Read More
San Francisco Christmas Bird Count was on Tuesday, December 27, 2011
KCBS “Volunteers Do Annual Bird Count at San Francisco Zoo”
Contra Costa Times “More than 100 birder watchers take to annual bird count”
San Francisco Appeal …Read More