Gift a Membership
Help a loved one become a Supporter of the San Francisco Bay Wildlife Society. If you are an existing member of the The San Francisco Bay Wildlife Society, you can gift a membership to a friend or family member. If you have placed an order with the San Francisco Bay Wildlife Society for a Nature Gift, you may even do so at no cost to yourself or the gift recipient.
Your gift recipient will enjoy all the benefits that come with membership: a subscription to the digital, quarterly newsletter Tide Rising and a 15% discount at the Don Edwards San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge Nature Stores at the Visitor Center in Fremont, and Environmental Education in Alviso.
You would have the satisfaction of continuing your legacy of supporting the wildlife habitat stewardship activities of the San Francisco Bay Wildlife Society.
Take a visual tour of our achievements over the years and help us with our mission by increasing our membership base.
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Download and fill in the Gift Membership form, join today, and allow a loved one to begin taking advantage of member discounts, publications, activities at the refuge, and more!
The San Francisco Bay Wildlife Society works to fund educational events, research and exhibits in cooperation with local, regional and state agencies. With federal cut-backs to the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service budget, your funding of our environmental programs is very welcome.
For over 30 years, the San Francisco Bay Wildlife Society has:
- Introduced the refuge to tens of thousands of students of all ages
- Helped fund the Bair Island restoration and Management Plan, restoration work at Antioch Dunes NWR, and uplands restoration at the Environmental Education Center
- Provided weekend staff in Alviso through long-term partnerships with the City of San Jose and the Santa Clara Valley Urban Runoff Pollution Prevention Program
- Provided funding for a new boardwalk at the New Chicago Marsh Trail at the Environmental Education Center
- Funded a new greenhouse
- Provided funds to create a native plant nursery
- And much more