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MDAS Sponsors:

The Mt. Diablo Audubon Society operates with the help of its sponsors. Please join us in recognizing and thanking these local sponsors for their time and financial support.

AG ALPHAGRAPHICS WALNUT CREEK says, "We specialize in everything, and we're here to help!" With the invention of the home printer, people can now make simple copies at their own home, but often there arises a need for printed materials that consumer printers cannot handle. Whether you need offset, digital, promotional products or sign printing, they specialize in all four. To see their work, take a close look at a print copy of The Quail, the MDAS newsletter.
RAKESTRAW BOOKS
Wild Birds Unlimited

Yes, that's the Wild Birds Unlimited, Pleasant Hill logo. The Mount Diablo Audubon Society can't thank Mike and Annie Eliot enough for the numerous ways they support the club and our members. If you haven't visited the store in Pleasant Hill - drop by today, or check out the Wild Birds Unlimited - Pleasant Hill website.

Stephen Joseph Photography

Stephen Joseph has been photographing since he first picked up a camera at the age of ten. Located in Contra Costa County, landscapes have been his focus since the early 1970's. Mt. Diablo, his main subject, has captivated his interest since 1984. The image of Mt. Diablo at the top of all MDAS pages was provided by Stephen Joseph Photography. For more information, please visit the Stephen Joseph Photography website.

Galaxy Press

Galaxy Press tells us that "a job isn't done till it's done right." This local company was started in 1977 by Bill Meyer and his family. Galaxy Press makes generous donations to the MDAS fundraising letter each year. For more information about this sponsor, please visit the Galaxy Press website.

Native Bird Connections

The mission of Native Bird Connections is to create respectful captive lives for non-releasable wild birds, provide responsible knowledge about wild birds and promote the professional ethics and standards in the field of captive animal management. For more information about this sponsor, please visit the Native Bird Connections website.

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