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Seattle Audubon is excited to announce our newest communication feature, a twice-monthly blog! Stories will feature member, staff, and volunteer profiles; reporting on current events; project updates; behind-the-scenes look at special activities; field trip reports; etc.


Staff Profile: David Garcia


November 2016. David Garcia, 25, is SAS’s Nature Shop manager, a millennial, and an advocate for diversity in the environmental movement. 






Binocular Q&A


December 2016(1). Many fans of Seattle Audubon are also serious birders (or bird-watchers), and with birding comes binoculars and other optics that enhance the experience and discovery of birds in the field. 




NBP: Citizen Science



December 2016(2). Seattle Audubon’s volunteer citizen scientists gather every month of the year to audit Seattle’s urban parks for bird species as part of SAS’s Neighborhood Bird Project. 





Kids & Birds

January 2016. What is the moment that captures a kid’s interest in birds? When and how does that interest start? We went straight to the source: Seattle Audubon sat down with three young members to learn how each of them arrived at their “bird-nerdery.” 






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