From city parks to national parks the Young Birders field trips are a way to explore nature and birding hotspots throughout our city and the state. Young Birder field trips include day-trips and short overnights from October to June, and a longer end-of-year summer overnight trip to a further afield birding location. Our trips are often lead by Master Birders, and are a great way to get outside, learn about new birding areas, and spend time birding with other teens.
Young Birders at Point No Point 2019
Wenas Creek Annual Campout
Mark your calendars! Young Birders will head to the Wenas Audubon campout over Memorial Day weekend from Saturday May 25th to Monday May 27th.
The Wenas campout is a regional Audubon tradition that takes place in the Wenas Valley of central Washington. This casual and friendly gathering offers a variety of activities, including birding field trips, wildflower walks, field sketching, owl prowls, and campfire presentations. See the Wenas campout website for more details.
We will provide meals and transportation for interested Young Birders. Families are also welcome to come along! To attend with the Young Birders register HERE.
Please let us know if you are interested in attending upcoming fieldtrips, meetings, and events HERE
* For more information about trip details and registration, please contact Robyn Thomas and Malcolm Griffes at firstname.lastname@example.org *
Make sure to check out our guide to birding trips in Washington for Young Birders and their families which you can view by clicking HERE.
This guide was kindly created my Master Birder and Seattle Audubon volunteer, Carleen Zimmerman.