San Francisco Naturalist Society

The San Francisco Naturalist Society is dedicated to the enjoyment, study, and preservation of the natural world.
Upcoming Naturalist Society Events
Thursday, June 12
The Borneo Project
Brihannala Morgan describes the island of Borneo -- its wildlife, lands and people. In addition to the history of the Project itself, Brihannala will also discuss the unique model of the Borneo Project and what the Project does to support rainforest communities on-the-ground in Borneo in their fight against encroaching development and mega-dams. Randall Museum, 199 Museum Way, San Francisco, CA 94114. 7:30-9 pm. For more information, go to or contact Patrick Schlemmer at or (415) 225-3830.
Free and open to everyone.
The San Francisco Naturalist Society is a free club for people who are interested in the natural world. If you would like to be added to the announcement list for upcoming Naturalist Society events, email club president Patrick Schlemmer.
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Today's Naturalist Events

Thurs., April 17 Identifying Warblers with The Warbler Guide. Northbrae Community Church, Berkeley, 7 pm.

Thurs., April 17 Join us for an early morning bird walk at the San Francisco Zoo led by a master birder Allan Ridley. Please meet at the Zoo's main entrance at 7:30 am. There is no charge for the walk and parking is free in the parking lot.

Thurs., April 17 Yerba Buena Island, Natural and Cultural History. Randall Museum, 7:30 pm. Free.

Quote of the Day

"Those little nimble musicians of the air, that warble forth their curious ditties, with which nature hath furnished them to the shame of art."

-Izaak Walton