Take part in the 2022 City Nature Challenge in the San Francisco Bay Area! Join in our annual celebration of the incredible nature we have in the Bay Area, from our backyards to our city streets to our open spaces. … Read more
A year of exceptional drama in the lives of Cal’s peregrine falcons continues.
Forests that have experienced fire are vibrant, dazzling, full of life, and rapidly regenerating. Wildflowers and thousands of tree seedlings are bursting from the earth; the air is full of birdsong. The flowers attract insects, which attract birds and smaller … Read more
To prepare for the 25th Annual Great Backyard Bird Count starting February 18th, take a free webinar to help you spot and ID your neighborhood birds! On February 16, join the experts, who’ll help you brush up on bird ID, … Read more
Celebrate Bay Area birds with a day of free community events throughout Berkeley! Choose from an array of guided field trips for adults and for families with children. Decorate the sidewalks of Berkeley with bird chalk art. Do bird-related crafts … Read more
Experience birding in a new way! Join us for a laid-back paddle, where we will be able to observe birds and their habitats. This program is beginner birder and paddler friendly. It will include a brief paddling lesson before getting … Read more
Discover Nature Webinar – Tracking our Feathered Friends: Bird Diversity Trends at Pepperwood Thursday, December 10, 2020 10:00 – 11:30am ONLINE using Zoom platform Free, donations welcome Ages 13 and up (youth under 13 welcome with adult supervision) Join staff … Read more
Fewer human visitors this spring and summer allowed snowy plovers to relax on California beaches.
Join Peninsula Open Space Trust (POST) and Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District (Midpen) for an entertaining and educational webinar about the birds of Midpen’s Windy Hill Preserve! Local Naturalist Jeff Caplan is back with a new class to teach us … Read more
The Palomarin Field Station of Point Blue Conservation Science, a small outpost of human infrastructure at the southern boundary of Point Reyes National Seashore, has been a home base for bird studies spanning more than 50 years. Generations of researchers … Read more