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Your membership matters to birds!

Become a member of your local chapter, Seattle Audubon. We are leading our community in advocating and organizing for cities where people and birds thrive. 

All gifts of $49 or more, or recurring monthly gifts of $5 or more, qualify for a new membership, or renewal of your existing membership, for all members of your household. 

All Seattle Audubon household and student members receive these benefits:

  • Special member pricing on adult classes and kit rentals
  • Special member pricing (a 20% reduction) on all books and bird seed at The Nature Shop
  • Priority registration for field trips led by knowledgeable leaders
  • Special pricing for summer Nature Camp
  • A subscription to our quarterly member newsletter, EarthCare Northwest
  • Access to our extensive on-site lending library, including field guides
  • Knowledge that your dues and donations allow Seattle Audubon to advocate and organize for cities where people and birds thrive through innovative education, science, and conservation programs in your community

Rookery members also receive:

  • The Rookery bi-monthly newsletter with kid-centered content and activities
  • Access to our Young Birders teen program

Household Membership ($49)

A one year membership for everyone in your household to Seattle Audubon, your local Audubon chapter.

Student Membership ($20)

A one year membership for an individual currently enrolled in any educational institution. (Please add “Student” in the donation comments field.)

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Rookery Membership ($10)

A one year youth-oriented membership for a child or teen under age 18. Not required if the household already holds a basic membership ($49). (Please add “Rookery” in the donation comments field.)

Questions about your membership status? Visit our Membership & Donation FAQ page or contact Anna Dukes at annad@seattleaudubon.org.