Cultivating and Leading A Community That Values and Protects Birds and the Natural Environment Since 1916


Environmental Education

Seattle Audubon education programs provide learning opportunities for ages 3-103 for the purpose of fostering a sense of environmental stewardship and mobilizing a community to action.



Elementary School Program

 Students in the Finding Urban Nature (FUN) program discover the birds and nature within their schoolyard habitats through investigative outdoor lessons.


Young Birders teen naturalists learn more about birds and Northwest ecology while enriching their communities through citizen science and service learning projects.


Summer Camp

Summer is the perfect time for fun, hands-on learning at Seattle Audubon's Nature Camp.


Education Resources & Kits

Enhance any lesson with a rentable Education Kit, Guest Presenter, or downloadable resource for educators.


Adult Education

Learn more about birds and nature with a variety of Classes for adults.


For Families

Many Seattle Audubon events are great family activities.


What's New

Registration for summer Nature Camp is open now!  Nature Camp T-shirt contest is open NOW!  Extended day care available.  


Volunteer Opportunities

  • Interested in leading elementary school students through hands-on explorations of the nature in their schoolyards? Become a FUN volunteer!
  • We are currently recruiting Junior Naturalist volunteers for Nature Camp! This program provides high school students the opportunity to earn volunteer service hours required for graduation while building leadership, teaching, public speaking, and science skills.

            Junior Naturalist Volunteer Description

            Junior Naturalist Application

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