Sequoia Audubon Society
                              San Mateo County, California

Other Activites

  • These field trips & other activities are not sponsored by S.A.S., but are presented as a convenience

Recurring Events:

Bay Area Photographers
Monthly Meetings

Bay Area Bird Photographers is a club formed within Santa Clara Valley Audubon Society. Almost-monthly programs are open to the public and feature an engaging presentation by a member or guest showcasing bird photography from around the world and close to home.

Unless otherwise indicated, meetings are held the first Wednesday of the month, September through May, 7:30 to 9 PM at the Lucy Evans Baylands Interpretive Center, 2775 Embarcadero Rd, Palo Alto.


Scheduled Events

Field Trippelagic trip feePelagic season starts in July!

Though these are not Sequoia Audubon Field Trips, July marks the start of the Pelagic Trip season which runs roughly from Jul – Oct. The best way to see seabirds that rarely visit land, is to book a pelagic trip!

Alvaro's Adventures will be running 3 pelagic trips in July on the 9th, the 16th and the 23rd. Each trip is run out of Half Moon Bay. Visit Alvaro Jaramillo's website for more information

Debi Shearwater will start her Shearwater Journey's pelagic trips out of Half Moon Bay in August. Information for Debi's pelagic trips can be found here:



Evening bird classes taught by Joe Morlan will be starting March 13, 2019. Classes meet 7 - 9:15 p.m. in room 317 at City College of San Francisco, John Adams Center. Topics will include flycatchers and woodpeckers.

For further information call (415) 561-1860 or see the instructor's web site.

Olympic Peninsula Bird Fest

April 12 - 14, 2019

This festival provides participants the opportunity to view a wide variety of birds normally seen on the Olympic Peninsula. Field trips are planned for Sequim Bay, Port Angeles Harbor, Ediz Hook, Dungeness Spit, the Elwha River and at Neah Bay, as well as trips through wooded areas to view songbirds and locate owls in the evening. Boat trips to Protection Island are also planned. The North Olympic Peninsula is widely known as a great place for bird watching. The day of the Olympic BirdFest is timed to overlap wintering birds and the beginning of spring migration. In addition to the field trips, birders may participate in presentations, workshops and a banquet. A tour explaining the Jamestown S'Klallam tribal totem poles at the Tribal Center and the Seven Cedars Casino will also be offered.

Guest Speaker: John Marzluff Topic: "Welcome to Subirdia"
John Marzluff is James W. Ridgeway Professor of Wildlife Science at the University of Washington.




2019 S.A.S.