Buy your "San Francisco is for Plovers" t-shirt now! Proceeds to go toward shorebird education.

Pennies for Plovers because Plovers Love YOU!

Monday, April 22, 2013

Happy Earth Day from SF Plovers

Enjoy the beautiful weather at Ocean Beach today, but please do not disturb the Western Snowy Plovers! Have a wonderful Earth Day!

Monday, November 5, 2012

Please vote -- because threatened Western Snow Plovers can't!

Plovers love voting! Please vote!

Every election is an important one for the oceans and species like threatened Western Snowy Plovers. The threats to our oceans only grow if we don't take action. One action that you can take for the oceans is to go out and vote for the candidate that you think will best protect our oceans and other natural resources.

On behalf of the oceans -- thanks for voting and participating in our democracy!

Friday, February 6, 2009

Show your love for the plovers on Valentine's Day

Don't forget that next week is Valentine's Day on February 14.

What better way to show that you're a plover lover by attending the San Francisco Chapter of Surfrider's beach cleanup on Sunday, February 15, at 10 AM. Find out details on their website:

If you're still shopping for a present, you can order a "San Francisco is for Plovers" t-shirt from Zazzle.

Stay tuned for upcoming "Birds and Beverages" outings to Ocean Beach in 2009.

Thursday, September 18, 2008

Pick Up for Plovers

International Coastal Cleanup Day

Find a beach near you and give back to the ocean!

Saturday, September 20, 2008
9:00am - 12:00pm

Ocean Beach
Taraval St.
and the Great Highway
San Francisco, CA

Sept. 20th will be International Coastal Cleanup Day around the world. If you're here in the Bay Area, please join me at the Taraval St. entrance to Ocean Beach (along the Great Highway).

If you're not in the Bay Area, please find a beach near you and do your part for cleaner oceans. Wildlife are killed and injured by marine debris each year so you can help save them by removing potentially harmful trash.

Don't live near a beach? Why not do your part that day to avoid purchasing any plastic goods - especially plastic bags - and do your part to reduce marine debris and pollution.