Alameda County and the rest of the Bay Area are home to a rich diversity of wildlife. From the Sunol and Ohlone Regional Wilderness areas that support the highest density of golden eagle breeding pairs in North America to San Francisco Bay’s shorelines and tidal wetlands that support millions of shorebirds, countless other birds and wildlife species rely year-round on our native habitats.
There are continual threats of development and conversion of these habitats. The Ohlone Audubon Society is actively involved in addressing these issues at the local level to save our local wetlands, streams and other wildlife habitats.
More information on current conservation efforts can be found by following the links below: