Kymberly Sugano, Educational Programs Coordinator
SCVAS Staff Changes
We wish Andrew Bradshaw, former Programs Assistant, best wishes as he pursues graduate studies at San Francisco State University. Andy's efforts in the Nature Shop, participation on the Birdathon Committee and in quality educational programs will be missed. We welcome our new Educational Programs Coordinator, Kymberly Sugano, who interned for us over the past year and will now focus on our school-based programs. Read more about our staff.
We would like to extend a thank-you to a few special volunteers. More...
Read highlights of current news from our chapter. This installment: "A Summer of Adventure for Bay Area Youth". More...
Executive Director Opportunity
We are seeking a collaborative leader with an understanding of the importance of native birds and their ecosystems. Effective communication, community collaboration, and day-to-day nonprofit organizational management skills are also essential. More...
Burrowing Owl Update
Our great achievements in Burrowing Owl protection should be celebrated as a bright spot in our conservation efforts. More...
Our Environmental Advocate describes some of our latest environmental issues and projects. More...
Bequests to our Legacy Fund will memorialize your commitment to environmental education and conservation in the Bay Area now and well into the future, and are an important investment in the vitality of our organization. More...
Support with AmazonSmile
Use the smile.amazon.com link when you shop for a simple and automatic way to support SCVAS, at no cost to you. More...
Upcoming Events at SCVAS
See more events in our calendars.
Wednesday September 2, 7:30-9PM
Bay Area Bird Photographers Meeting
Annual Members' Slides Program
Wednesday September 2, 12:00 PM (One hour)
City of Sunnyvale Landfill
Birding geared toward beginners.
Saturday September 5, 8:15 AM (Half Day)
Arastradero Open Space Preserve
Difficulty Level: Trip involves two plus miles of moderately strenuous hiking.