Red-winged Blackbirds / Kyle Bess / Audubon Photography Awards
Bird is a Verb
Birdwatching, or “birding,” is a great way to connect with nature around you, anywhere and everywhere.
Small group birding outings are led year-round by experienced guides to destinations throughout the state. Beginners are encouraged to join any field trip. Pre-registration required.
Neighborhood Bird Outings
Join us for a casual morning walk of a Seattle neighborhood or park, you may be surprised by what we find! Open to the public. No pre-registration required.
Find a Birding Site
Peruse birding sites throughout Washington State on Seattle Audubon’s oneline guide to the birds of Washington State, BirdWeb.
Join area birdwatchers in contributing to our scientific understanding of birds in our area through one of our many community science programs.
Seattle Audubon offers a variety of activities for our youngest bird enthusiasts, all year round.
Etiquette and Ethics
Seattle Audubon encourages members and the public to follow the American Birding Association’s Code of Birding Ethics.
Join Our Science Committee
May 11, 2023
Do you believe conservation and education should be informed by science? Consider volunteering on our Science Committee.
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.
Young Birders Visit the Skagit
Feb 13, 2023
Read about our January Young Birders field experience up in the Skagit area where they enjoyed raptors, woodpeckers, and otters. All the photos were provided by two Young Birders teens.