The San Francisco Bay Bird Observatory is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the conservation of birds and their habitats through science and outreach. Birds are excellent indicators of ecosystem health. They are highly visible and cost-effective to track, and are sensitive to environmental change.
SFBBO pays close attention to impacts on birds and their habitats and gathers crucial data specific to local bird populations provides opportunities for people to be directly involved in the nature and science of the San Francisco Bay Area.
Upcoming Events in 2020!
Saturday, Jan. 25: Burrowing Owl Habitat Restoration Volunteer Work Day
Saturday, Jan. 25: Colonial Waterbird Monitoring Training
Saturday, Feb. 8: Celebrating Women in the Outdoors Leadership in Conservation Event with POST
Sunday, Feb. 9: Family Science Event at the Milpitas Library
Sunday, Feb. 15: Restoring Bair Island Volunteer Event with our partners at POST
Saturday, Feb. 22: Burrowing Owl Habitat Restoration Volunteer Event
Sunday, Feb. 23: Duck Bird Walk at Coyote Hills Regional Park with Naturalist Christina Garcia
Saturday, March 7: Least Tern Habitat Restoration Volunteer Event
Sunday, March 15: Restoring Bair Island Volunteer Event
Thursday March 19: Science Night at the Menlo Park Library
Saturday, March 28: Snowy Plover Mud Stomp Habitat Restoration Volunteer Event