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A note on how we are attending to Nature Camp camper safety during this period of poor air quality

A note on how we are attending to Nature Camp camper safety during this period of poor air quality

To minimze the effects of the wildfire smoke on campers, staff Naturalists:  1) have planned activities that minimize physical exertion; 2) are being watchful for kids who may be feeling poorly; and 3) while at Magnuson all field groups are sticking close to the indoor space.  Although Seattle Audubon Nature Camp focuses on exploring nature, which is typically found and best enjoyed outdoors, campers are not running around or playing phyiscally vigorous games.

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Urban Canopy Cocktails

Urban Canopy Cocktails

Start your weekend right with a drink and gorgeous views on the rooftop deck of The Nature Conservancy. Learn more about what’s happening with habitat and wildlife in the city and network with others with similar interests.
The Audubon network from coast to coast is working hard to support the next generation of conservation advocates — and Seattle Audubon is no different. From Gen Xers to Millennials, young professionals to student activists, we want to connect with you to protect urban habitats.

Tickets $15, two drinks included. This event is 21+.

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Birding My Neighborhood: West Seattle

Birding My Neighborhood: West Seattle

Read out latest blog: "Birding My Neighborhood: West Seattle" by Caryn Schutzler 

West Seattle, a conglomeration of diverse habitats — ravines, riparian and salty shoreline — hosts many species of passerines, sea and shorebirds, migrating and resident, depending on the time of year.

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The Nature Shop
Where the profits are for the birds!

Check out Seattle Audubon's CENTENNIAL BOOK LIST, 100 must-read books in honor of our 100th anniversary!

 

Birds of the Pacific Northwest

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

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Caring for Birds and Nature

An in-depth look at Seattle Audubon's first 100 years of working to protect birds and nature in Washington. Edited and signed by Connie Sidles.

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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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