April 24, 2014
Audience: Adults, High School Students, Public, Seniors, Volunteers
Location: Fort Mason, San Francisco
Event Type: Environment/Science, Birds/Wildlife, Raptor Observatory, Volunteer
Would you like to band raptors in the Marin Headlands, or count raptors on Hawk Hill with the GGRO? Join us at one of our volunteer recruitment meetings to get an overview of what volunteering as a GGRO hawkwatcher or bander entails. If you cannot attend, please call the office or email email@example.com to request a volunteer application packet and training schedule.
Volunteers must be able to commit to one regular, full field day in the Marin Headlands every two weeks between mid-August through early December; all training is provided. Hawkwatchers must either be 18 years of age OR have an adult guardian volunteering with them; banders must be 18. There is a mandatory training for new banders all day on Saturday, August 2.
All three meetings are the same. Please choose one to attend. Meetings will be held:
- Wednesday, April 23 from 7–9:30 pm >>
- Thursday, April 24 from 7–9:30 pm >>
- Saturday, April 26 from 10am–12:30 pm >>
(Click on a meeting to register to receive a reminder email a few days before the meetings.)
Directions: These recruitment meetings will be held at the Golden Gate National Parks headquarters, Building 201 at UPPER Fort Mason, in San Francisco. Enter Upper Fort Mason at Franklin and Bay streets (not down below at Lower Fort Mason where Greens Restaurant is located). At the stop sign, Building 201 is the large white building on the left with the green roof. Enter at the side door; look for a big GGRO sign. Parking is available; public transportation and/or biking encouraged!
For more information, call GGRO at (415) 331-0730 from 9am–5pm, Mon–Fri.