San Francisco Bay Area Field Trips

YBT has a long tradition of supporting citizen science and hands-on conservation initiatives, Marin Audubon volunteer functions, focused bird surveys, birding festivals tabling & leader of field trips, NGO fundraisers, Christmas Bird Counts and California State Park vetted bird walk docent. Please review the events and find a field trip you can join us on.

Alameda Creek Watershed Council

The Alameda Creek Watershed Council (ACRCD) comprises a government agency as well as 501c civic green conservation groups. Their charge is to manage the third largest watershed in California. The Alameda Creek watershed covers 570 square miles. Its drainage flows into...

RSS GGRO daily hawkwatch update

  • Monday, September 16, 2019
    With a decent amount of fog covering the Marin Headlands this morning, we prepared to start watching for hawks near the roundabout on Conzelman Road. Once we reached the base of Hawk Hill, we realized that the sky was clearing overhead, so we made our way to the top to begin our official raptor count. […]
  • Sunday, September 15, 2019
    Today started off extremely foggy with limited visibility. The hawk watchers remained patient and the fog lifted at 1pm leaving nothing but clear and sunny skies. The Sunday I team was greeted with 215 passing raptors which included two dark morph Broad-winged Hawks! We also had another successful raptor release this weekend at Hawk Hill. […]