We are no longer taking applications for volunteers to the 2017 field season. Migration monitoring begins on Monday, August 14!

Meanwhile, you can still catch up on how the last season went at the Daily Hawk Count and Radiotelemetry blogs.

For over 30 years, the Golden Gate Raptor Observatory (GGRO) has been a program of the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy in cooperation with the National Park Service.

The GGRO’s mission is to inspire the preservation of California raptor populations. The GGRO was formed in the early 1980s to track the Golden Gate migration, an annual flight of tens of thousands of hawks, eagles, falcons, and vultures, birds collectively called “raptors.”

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New from GGRO

Talkin' A Different Kind of "Turkey"

Turkey Vultures

Here’s one “turkey” you might not want around your Thanksgiving dinner. The Turkey Vulture defecates on its feet, vomits as a defense, and feasts on carcasses. But it’s also one of the most fascinating animals in our parks. Learn how the GGRO is trying to unravel its mysteries. more >>



The Rarest Birds Ever Seen From Hawk Hill

Rare birds

What’s even better than catching a rare Pokémon? Spotting a seldom-seen raptor from Hawk Hill. more >>



 

 



Contact Information

Mailing Address
Golden Gate Raptor Observatory
Building 201, Fort Mason
San Francisco, CA 94123

Phone
(415) 331-0730

E-mail
ggro@parksconservancy.org