Neighborhood Bird Walks  

Join Seattle Audubon, rain or shine, for a bird walk. No sign up required! Beginning birders or new Seattleites will especially enjoy this initial exposure to the rich variety of regional bird life. Families and non-members are welcome to attend.

Request binoculars from The Nature Shop at least a week in advance. Further information is available from the Seattle Audubon Nature Shop, 206-523-4483.

Saturday, June 6, 9:00 AM
Magnuson Park, Seattle
Leader: Jan Bragg
Meeting location: Promontory Point Pavilion


Magnuson Park is in NE Seattle. Take bus #30 or #75 to NE 65th St Entrance on Sand Point Way NE.  The Promontory Point Pavilion is a red-metal-roofed structure next to the little drive-in road at the west edge of parking lot E-1. It is marked with a pink square on the Magnuson Park map.


Thursday, June 25, 7:00-8:30 PM
Washington Park Arboretum
Leader: Penny Bolton
Meeting Location: Graham Visitors Center Parking Lot, 2300 Arboretum Drive E


Meet at the Visitor’s Center.  Bring your binoculars if you have them and some mosquito repellent for the woods. We will bird by ear and hope to see this year’s Barred Owl fledglings. We will check out the Broadmoor Eagle’s nest with a scope. Previous walks in the summer have seen Cooper’s Hawks, Wood Ducks, Anna’s Hummingbirds and the usual residents. Great walk for beginners. Fairly level walking. About a mile total.

Saturday, July 18,  8:30 AM
Union Bay Natural Area
Leader: Joe Sweeney


Union Bay Natural Area lies in northeast Seattle, east of the University of Washington. Meet at the Center for Urban Horticulture in the East parking lot off NE 41st Street, one block beyond the place where Mary Gates Memorial Drive turns left to become NE 41st Street.


Monday, September 7, 9:00 AM
Magnuson Park, Seattle
Leader: Emily Bishton
Meeting location: Promontory Point Pavilion


Magnuson Park is in NE Seattle. Take bus #30 or #75 to NE 65th St Entrance on Sand Point Way NE.  The Promontory Point Pavilion is a red-metal-roofed structure next to the little drive-in road at the west edge of parking lot E-1. It is marked with a pink square on the Magnuson Park map.
 

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