Northern Harrier / David Hutson / Audubon Photography Awards
Seattle-based artist and muralist, Angelina Villalobos sees the unveiling of her design for the new collision-deterrent art installed on The Nature Shop windows.
We continue to follow Seattle—King County Public Health officials’ recommendations for our area and we trust the research showing that the COVID-19 vaccines are safe and effective.
Therefore, effective July 1, the following modifications for our activities will go into effect:
Seattle Audubon and Audubon Washington are saddened to report on a mortality event at a West Seattle Caspian Tern colony.
As a dog owner, how can you successfully enjoy and protect local birds and habitat, while also enjoying the company of your four-legged friend.
In light of the CDC’s loosening mask requirements for vaccinated people, many volunteers and community members are wondering and asking us, “Can I return to my normal Seattle Audubon activities and programs mask-free?”
Former Young Birder, Rebekah Graham, reflects on her time camping and appreciating nature with Seattle Audubon, and how that laid the foundation for her current work to redefine “outdoorsy”.
The next generation of bird advocates share with us their hopes for the future of bird and people.
This Migratory Bird Day, let’s celebrate the birds that add song to the spring and that connect people and places across hemispheres.
Seattle Audubon established the NextGen Advisory Council in the fall of 2018, to elevate the perspectives and expertise of young professionals and student activists.
Young Birders teen birding club participants show their resilience, creativity, and continued passion for birds through a challenging year.