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

Understanding Shorebirds: The Miracle of Migration

Understanding Shorebirds: The Miracle of Migration

Our October program meeting, Understanding Shorebirds, the Miracle of Migration, is about the epic migrations of shorebirds. Professional photographer Tim Boyer will talk about where they migrate, why they migrate, and how they are able to travel so far - and how we can preserve the places they need.

Thursday, October 17 at 7:00 p.m.
@ The Mountaineers, 7700 Sand Point Way NE

Red Knot © Tim Boyer

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International Experience Scholarship

International Experience Scholarship

Seattle Audubon’s 2020 international birding trip is heading to Costa Rica. These trips combine the spirit of conservation with tropical birding, through visiting protected areas, engaging local guides, and observing on-the-ground conservation efforts. This year, we're adding something new: a scholarship designated for a college/university student or early-career professional with a demonstrated commitment to the environmental field to join the trip. 

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NextGen Advisory Council

NextGen Advisory Council

Currently recruiting new members! Seattle Audubon has convened the NextGen Advisory Council to elevate the perspectives and expertise of young professionals and student activists in our work for birds and nature in the city.

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The Nature Shop
Where the profits are for the birds!

Birds of the Pacific Northwest

Seattle Audubon's regional guide is authored by local experts Tom Aversa, Richard Cannings, and Hal Opperman.

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Pacific Northwest Insects

A groundbreaking field guide by Dr. Merrill Peterson, featuring over 1,200 insect species with photographs.

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Centennial Blend Coffee

Our new Centennial Blend Coffee is organic, fair-trade certified, and shade-grown in Guatemala.

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