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

Seattle Audubon Meetings

Join us for Engaging Presentations from Leading Experts! 

Our meetings are open to the general public and we invite you to become a supporter and advocate of a community that values birds and nature.


April Program Meeting: Whitney Neufeld-Kaiser

Missed the live event? You can watch the recording here:
Birding for Fun: How to Get Started 

Thursday, April 16, 2020
Zoom conference opens at 6:45 pm.
Presentation: 7 – 8:30 p.m.
Zoom log-in will be sent by email to registered attendees. 

Bewick's Wren
© Mick Thompson/Eastside Audubon Society

Birds are everywhere! They live and love in cities and suburbs, in parks, and along shorelines - all places where people are, too. If you’ve gotten curious about the birds around you and want to learn more, how do you get started? What does it mean to "go birding?" 

Join Whitney Neufeld-Kaiser, Seattle Audubon volunteer teacher and long-time birder for a fun, interactive video conference that will answer these questions and more. 

Whitney will also touch on strategies on how to go from “Duck” to “Gadwall", though bird ID won’t be the focus of the program.

 

Whitney Neufeld-Kaiser

 

Whitney Neufeld-Kaiser is a Master Birder and volunteer teacher for Seattle Audubon and Pilchuck Audubon.  She's lived in Seattle for over 25 years and has been a birder for 20 of those.  Whitney spends her weekdays working in a genetics lab at the University of Washington, and tries very hard to spend at least part of her weekends listening to, observing, and being with birds.

 

For more information regarding Program Meetings, contact Community Engagement Manager, Wendy Walker: wendyw@seattleaudubon.org 

 

Seattle Audubon is nonprofit, tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organization. Copyright Seattle Audubon.
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