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Walking Activity WALK: Space is limited to 15 people. Free for members; $10 for non-members.
 
ACCESSIBLE: Please contact the Outreach and Education Director so that we can coordinate with you.
 
SPECIAL EVENT
 
MEMBERS-ONLY ACTIVITY: Active SFBBO membership required to attend
 
   RSVP to outreach@sfbbo.org or 408-946-6548 x 10

Western Scrub-Jay
PHOTO BY ED NGUYEN

American Avocet
PHOTO BY EMMANUEL RONDEAU

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Come out and explore with us!

Join San Francisco Bird Observatory staff and volunteers for a walk, a workshop, a special event, or a bird banding demonstration and learn about avian conservation in the Bay Area. Members and non-members welcome! Please BRING A FRIEND and help SFBBO grow our community! To support any of these activities, please consider making a donation to SFBBO today!

"Look Up" Campaign Activities - 2017

For information about our Bird Identification Workshops with SFBBO Senior Biologist Alvaro Jaramillo, please visit our Workshops Page.


Sunday, February 12, 2017, 1:00 p.m. to closing
Plover Cider Fundraising Event

SITE: Redwood Coast Cider, San Carlos
Join SFBBO for a day of delicious cider and beer, a silent auction, raffle prizes and games. $1.00 of each pint and all bar tending tipds will go to support SFBBO's Plover Program. Redwood Coast Cider specializes in old world style, American-made, hand crafted hard cider, made on site. Kids welcome. For information, please contact outreach@sfbbo.org. Free.


Thursday, February 16, 2017, 6:30-7:30 p.m.
Family Science Night

SITE: Curtner Elementary, Milpitas
Join SFBBO for fun, hands-on avian science activities for the whole family. Families from Curtner can come learn about birds and how to be a scientist. This event is appropriate for kids ages 6-12 and their families and will include crafts, experiments, and activities to leearn how birds live, how scientists study them, and how people can protect them. For information or to bring a familiy science night to your school, please contact outreach@sfbbo.org.


Thurday, March 2, 2017, 8:00 - 9:00 p.m.
Plover Science Talk

SITE: Mount Diablo Audubon Society, Walnut Creek
Learn how SFBBO biologists and citizen sciecne volunteers study and protect the Western Snowy Plover, an adorable but threatened birds protected under the Endangered Species Act. For information please contact outreach@sfbbo.org.


Thurday, June 8, 2017, 7:00-8:00 p.m.
Plover Science Talk

SITE: Sequoia Audubon Society, San Mateo
Learn how SFBBO biologists and citizen sciecne volunteers study and protect the Western Snowy Plover, an adorable but threatened birds protected under the Endangered Species Act. For information please contact outreach@sfbbo.org.


Rain Policy

If rain is forecasted for the day of your event, please check your e-mail after the night before for possible cancellation notices from the activity leader. In most cases, activities are not cancelled unless there will be a heavy downpour.

Accessibility

If you are interested in participating in an SFBBO activity, but have accessibility concerns, please contact us at outreach@sfbbo.org. We are happy to work with you and the activity leaders to identify ways to address accessibility issues when possible.