New from SFBBO:
- Birdy Hour Speaker Series, July 9th: Second-hand Homes - Woodpeckers as Ecosystem Engineers by Faith Hardin
- Webinar, July 17th: Birds of Bear Creek Woodlands
- Bird Photo Big Day - 170 Species Photographed in 24-hours by over 100 Bay Area bird enthusiasts. Read more about this amazing event
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.
Join us for our Activities and Events:
Thursday, July 9: Birdy Hour Speaker Series by Faith Hardin: Woodpeckers as Ecosystem Engineers
Friday, July 17: Birds of Bear Creek Redwoods
Photo Credit: American White Pelicans; Barbara Coll