Sign up now for Birdathon 2013!
Since 1917, Golden Gate Audubon Society has been the Bay Area’s leading advocate for birds — fighting to protect Golden Eagles and Least Terns, restoring important habitat, and connecting inner-city schoolchildren with the birds and ecosystems in their neighborhoods.
Help us continue this essential work through BIRDATHON 2013, our biggest annual fundraiser!
BIRDATHON 2013 is bigger, better and more important than ever, with seventeen guided trips that range from condor sighting in Pinnacles National Park to a family nature adventure at the Berkeley Marina. This year’s Birdathon Awards Dinner will take place on May 19 at a beautiful private location on the edge of Redwood Regional Park. Don’t miss out on any of it!
Click below to choose how to be involved:.
Join one of our exciting, expert-led Birdathon Field Trips in April, or create your own self-guided trip or team. Get family and friends to sponsor you with donations to Birdathon. Compete to sight the most birds or raise the most money!
Sponsor a friend who is taking part in Birdathon. Help them reach their fundraising goal — and help Golden Gate Audubon protect Bay Area birds!
Not able to join a trip? Make a general donation to Golden Gate Audubon and Birdathon. All Birdathon gifts and sponsorships are tax deductible.
Birdathon 2013 will take place throughout the month of April, followed by a festive Birdathon Awards Dinner on Sunday afternoon May 19th at which prizes will be awarded for sighting the most birds and raising the most money.
During 11 months of the year, Golden Gate Audubon offers more than 100 free bird walks and field trips. Now, during the month of April, it’s your turn to pitch in!
- For a complete list of Birdathon Field Trips, click here.
- For Birdathon Awards Dinner information and registration, click here.
- For a list of Birdathon participants whom you can sponsor, click here.
Questions? Email Birdathon Coordinator Della Dash at email@example.com or call our office at (510) 843-2222.
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Golden Gate Audubon engages people to experience the wonder of birds and translate that wonder into action; and protect native bird populations and their habitats.
We have played leadership roles in the preservation of Arrowhead Marsh in Oakland and Audubon Canyon Ranch in Bolinas, protection of raptors at the Altamont Pass wind farm, and are currently working to protect endangered California Least Terns in Alameda and Snowy Plovers in San Francisco. Our Eco-Education program introduces 700 low-income elementary school students and their families to wildlife and ecosystems each year.