Leading a local community in appreciating, understanding, and protecting birds and their natural habitats.


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.



Finding Urban Nature

Students participating in FUN, our elementary school program, discover the birds and nature within their schoolyard habitats through investigative outdoor lessons.


A program where teen naturalists learn about birds and Northwest ecology while enriching their communities through citizen science and service learning projects. For ages 13-18.


Nature Camp

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



Education Resources & Kits

Enhance any lesson or unit with a rentable Education Kit or downloadable resource for educators.



Adult Education

Learn more about birds and nature with a variety of Classes for adults. Find information about our Master Birder program here too!

The Rookery

Our new youth membership level for bird lovers from age 3-18! Learn about exclusive events and other perks for Rookery members!

Fledglings and Friends

Join us in the Nature Shop for stories, crafts, songs, and more! This program is for our youngest bird and nature enthusiasts! Ages 2-5.



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What's New

  • We are excited to announce that Fledglings and Friends Story Time is now a regular Seattle Audubon event! Join us every third Wednesday of each month in the Nature Shop for stories, crafts, outdoor exploration and more! Upcoming events:
    • Wednesday, February 21: Footprints
    • Wednesday, March 21: Fancy Plumage
    • Wednesday, April 18: Earth Day
  • The spring sessions of the elementary school program Finding Urban Nature (FUN) begin in early April. If you'd like to participate and help 3rd and 4th graders in Seattle explore their urban natural habitats, contact FUNvolunteer@seattleaudubon.org.
  • Join us for the February Rookery Youth Member event: Green Lake Duck Walk - Thursday, February 22, 10-11am. (That's mid-winter break!) We will meet in front of the Green Lake Boathouse, next to the main parking lot. To RSVP, call 206-523-4483 or email hanaeb@seattleaudubon.org.

Volunteer Opportunities

Interested in leading elementary school students through hands-on explorations of the nature in their schoolyards? Become a FUN volunteer!

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