Engage with Point Blue by participating in on one of our regularly scheduled programs or by attending special membership events. Explore the pages below to find out more about our current offerings.
19 SEPT - 19 OCT
Where: Anywhere you are!
24 hours during September 19, 2018 - October 19, 2018
12:00 pm - 3:00 pm
99 Yacht Rd, San Francisco, CA 94123
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
3820 Cypress Drive, #11 Petaluma, CA
9:30 a.m to 3 p.m.
Just about all of our walks require sign-up.
RSVP information is listed in the description of the walk or contact Jaime Lilly, Community Engagement Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include names and contact info for all attendees who would like to sign up. Most walks have a maximum signup limit of 15 people and a minimum of 5.
Attended one of our walks?
Rich Stallcup Bird-A-Thon
Join us in the 40th annual Rich Stallcup Bird-A-Thon, taking place from September 19 – October 19!
Register now and encourage your friends, family, co-workers, local businesses, and anybody else you know to sponsor you in the country’s longest running Bird-A-Thon to benefit Point Blue Conservation Science. As a participant, you’ll have the opportunity to connect with fellow passionate birders, nature enthusiasts, scientists, and conservationists as we celebrate the wonders of fall migration and the return of waterfowl and shorebirds. If you don’t have a Bird-A-Thon team but would like to join one, we will be hosting birdwalks for beginning birders and counters throughout the month.
Or, simply donate to support this fantastic event!
Since Point Blue’s Bird-A-Thon’s inception, more than $3 million have been raised for conservation science. Your support will help Point Blue scientists reduce the impacts of climate change, habitat loss, and other environmental threats while promoting nature-based, climate-smart solutions for wildlife and people.
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