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Register for the Seattle Christmas Bird Count

Register for the Seattle Christmas Bird Count

Seattle’s 90th Christmas Bird Count is looking for birders of all abilities to take part in the longest running community science project in North America. The count this year will take place on Saturday, December 29th. Register for the count HERE!

Rather stay indoors? You can still participate by joining Feeder Watch!

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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 emerging environmental advocates in our work for birds and nature in the city.

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Spotlight on Conservation Science

Spotlight on Conservation Science

Learn from Seattle Audubon’s Conservation Science Team about their work on the frontlines of community science and conservation in Seattle and beyond. The panelists will uplift the voices of community scientists to explain the people power and techniques it takes to collect the data we need to protect the species and places we all love.

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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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