Birdwatching at Lands End with Feminist Bird Club and Golden Gate Audubon


Where the land meets the sea, join us for the first joint walk between Golden Gate Audubon and The Feminist Bird Club! Lands End, the aptly named northwest corner of the city, is a great place for birding both terrestrial and coastal birds. We'll have views of off-shore cormorants, oystercatchers, pelicans, and more. Plus, along the trails, we should see hawks, nuthatches, and other land-based birds. Everyone and all skill levels are welcome!

The Feminist Bird Club is a birdwatching club dedicated to promoting diversity in birding and providing a safe opportunity to connect with the natural world while fundraising to protect the rights of LGBTQIA folks, women, and people of color. You can learn more about us here:

Directions: We will meet by the Lands End Lookout Visitor Center, 680 Point Lobos Ave. at 9 a.m. You can get there by public transit on the 38AX or 38R Muni buses, or a 15-minute walk from the 18, 31, and 5 lines.

Accessibility: We will be walking along the Lands End and Coastal Trails, which are wide, well-graded trails but unpaved, and there are some stairs.

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