Help Golden Gate Bird Alliance restore critical wetlands habitat on San Francisco's SE waterfront

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ORGANIZATION: Golden Gate Bird Alliance (formerly Golden Gate Audubon Society)


Over the past 150 years, more than 90% of San Francisco Bay's wetlands have been destroyed by development. But thanks to Golden Gate Bird Alliance (formerly Golden Gate Audubon) volunteers and others, wetlands are now being restored throughout the Bay Area. And we'd like you to join our team of habitat restoration volunteers! Wear closed-toe shoes. Bring your own gloves if you have or we can provide gloves, and hand sanitizer.

Each year, Golden Gate Bird Alliance organizes wetlands habitat restoration workdays at Pier 94, a former industrial area along San Francisco's southern waterfront. We pick up trash, remove invasive plants, and plant native species depending on the season.

Upcoming workdays:

First Saturday of each month

For more information and directions about our Pier 94 restoration project, please see our website volunteer page and contact Janet, our Volunteer and Conservation Advocacy Manager. jcarpinelli Limit 12 volunteers

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About Golden Gate Bird Alliance (formerly Golden Gate Audubon Society)


2150 Allston Way Suite 210, Berkeley, CA 94704, US

Mission Statement

To inspire people to protect Bay Area birds and our shared natural environment.


Founded in 1917, Golden Gate Bird Alliance is one of the oldest wildlife conservation organizations on the West Coast. We have a long history of inspiring and connecting people in the Bay Area with local birds, wildlife and their habitats and today play a critical role in Bay Area wildlife conservation. Golden Gate Bird Alliance has roughly 7,000 members and supporters in San Francisco, Alameda and Contra Costa counties.


Animals, Community, Environment


We'll work with your schedule.


Pier 94 on Amador WaySan Francisco, CA 94107


  • Habitat Restoration
  • Botany
  • Gardening


  • Teens
  • People 55+
  • Group


  • 2-3 hours
  • being outdoors, bending over to ground to dig and plant, using shovel or hand tools. An option for those who cannot bend—shoreline trash removal using long handled pickers.

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