The Great Backyard Bird Count Is Here!

 

Take part in one of the world's largest Citizen Science projects and contribute to our understanding of the distribution, divesity and abundance of birds around the globe.

It's as easy as 1-2-3
1. Create a free eBird account.
2. Count birds - out your window, in a park or further afield for a minimum of 15 minutes.
3. Submit your observations using your eBird account.

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The Great Backyard Bird Count Is Here!

Master Birder Info Session - February 24

The Master Birder program is a two-semester course and education-for-service program focusing on the identification and natural history of Washington's birds.  Join us for an overview of the class, a short sample lecture from Dennis Paulson, and an opportunity to hear from Master Birder grads and to ask questions.

Date/Time: Wednesday February 24th from 7:00-8:30pm

Location: Center for Urban Horticulture, Douglas Classroom

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Master Birder Info Session - February 24

We're looking for feedback!

Seattle Audubon is working on a new strategic plan and we want to hear from you. Take the community survey.

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Summer 2016 Nature Camp Registration is Open

Based at Magnuson Park, Nature Camp offers quality environmental learning, emphasizing experiential outdoor activities that instill an appreciation of nature for children and teens. Each week is a different theme, from Tide Pool Treasures (grades 1-3) to Habitat Restoration Rangers (grades 4-6) to Young Birders for middle schoolers.  Sessions range from $196-$295 and includes two off-site field trips each week. Regular camp hours are 9am-3:30pm, with morning and afternoon extended care available.  REGISTER NOW!

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Summer 2016 Nature Camp Registration is Open
 

The Nature Shop

Where the profits are for the birds! 

 

  

The Birds of Vashon Island

Ed Swan's new wonderful book on the natural history of birds on Vashon.

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Forty-Six Views of Montlake Fill

Connie Sidles' fourth book as a collaboration with Hiroko Seki.

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Stokes Squirrel Proof Feeder

Great for woodpeckers and songbirds, not so great for squirrels. 

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