American Coots / Scott Kinsey / Great Backyard Bird Count
Join area birdwatchers in contributing to our scientific understanding of birds in our area through one of our many community science programs.
Neighborhood Bird Project
Seattle Bird Collision Monitoring
The Seattle Bird Collision Monitoring Project is a community science intiative that aims to better understand and prevent bird window collisions in the Seattle Area. Learn more about the project, how it works, and how to participate.
Climate Watch is a community science program explores how North American birds are responding to climate change.
Christmas Bird Count
dBird is an online tool that helps us track human-related causes of bird mortality and injury. Learn more about using dBird to report dead or injured birds.
Puget Sound Seabird Survey
The Puget Sound Seabird Survey (PSSS) gathered valuable data on wintering seabird populations in Puget Sound, Strait of Juan de Fuca, and waters surrounding the San Juan Islands. The data collection portion of this project has concluded, and resources will now be focused on data analysis.
From Young Birder, to Collision Monitor, to Lifelong Advocate | EarthCare Northwest
Mar 21, 2023
Yoon Lee isn’t sure where to credit his fascination with birds – Wild Kratts television show, an Anna’s Hummingbird on his school campus, or a global pandemic. Either way, it is here to stay, and he is busy creating a better future for birds in our community through his activism.
Hummingbirds and Winter Weather
Dec 20, 2022
If you have been feeding the hummingbirds and they have become accustomed to finding food in your yard, there are steps you can take to keep nectar available even during cold snaps.
Mass Waterfowl Casualties in Skagit Area
Dec 8, 2022
More than 700 deceased birds, primarily juvenile snow geese, have been retrieved by the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) in western Skagit County.