Volunteers needed for the Puget Sound Seabird Survey!

Turn your birding into important seabird science. Citizen scientists are needed to survey seabirds and other waterfowl at locations throughout the Puget Sound and Strait of Juan de Fuca. Surveys conducted once per month, October - April with survey methodology training provided. Contact the Science Manager to sign-up or for more info.

Lesser Scaup Photo © Doug Schurman

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Volunteer for FUN!

Volunteer for Seattle Audubon's Finding Urban Nature program and share the wonder of nature with local 3rd and 4th graders! Training is October 10. Lessons begin October 12. 

Contact the Volunteer Coordinator to learn more!

Volunteers still needed at select Seattle schools!

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OCT 10, 10am-4pm
"Arctic to Andes" bird talk with photographer Paul Bannick
Birding Jeopardy for adults and kids
Bird-inspired art demo with Connie Sidles & Hiroko Seki
Plus birding tips from the experts - and more!
Photo: Rachel Crick Photography

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Shell Pulls Out of the Arctic!

Seattle Audubon celebrates Shell's decision to discontinue its Arctic drilling program. Thanks to everyone who stepped up on this issue! Shell's leased vessels will likely return to Seattle this fall for maintenance, so we are still involved in local litigation efforts to require the Port of Seattle to follow existing laws regarding public process and environmental review.

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Next Member Meeting

Thursday, October 15


(doors, 6:30pm)

Speaker: Joseph K. Gaydos, SeaDoc Society and co-author of The Salish Sea

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The Nature Shop

Where the profits are for the birds! 


The Birds of Vashon Island

Ed Swan's new wonderful book on the natural history of birds on Vashon.

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Forty-Six Views of Montlake Fill

Connie Sidles' fourth book as a collaboration with Hiroko Seki.

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Stokes Squirrel Proof Feeder

Great for woodpeckers and songbirds, not so great for squirrels. 

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