Northern Harrier / David Hutson / Audubon Photography Awards
If you created a band of birds who would you make your lead singer? Whitney Neufeld-Kaiser lets us in on her own love of bird song, and her second passion, music. As a baritone horn player and a singer, she fills us in on some of the subtleties she hears in “bird music.”
From scientific illustrations, to humorous pandemic postcards, to birds cuddled up with candy wrappers, Laurel Mundy finds ways to connect her work as an artist to conservation actions we all can take on behalf of birds. She also fills us in on how she is able to create her art from her 240 square foot tiny home.
Nearly 200 participants counted birds during the 2020 Christmas Bird Count Feeder Watch for the Seattle count area.
Seattle Audubon integrating conservation messages and action opportunities in to all of our programs.
Seattle Audubon was shocked, angered, and saddened to learn of sexual misconduct allegations, made courageously by Aisha White, against a prominent member of the national birding community in Georgia, Jason Ward.
Board member long-time Seattle Audubon member, Mary Bond, explains that equity and conservation are among the many reasons she supports Seattle Audubon.
Seattle Audubon urges our members and the public to follow the recent recommendations issued by the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW). Agency experts are currently recommending to temporarily remove bird feeding stations.
Dave Galvin has been volunteering for Seattle Audubon in multiple roles for over four decades. Learn about Dave and what inspires him to support Seattle Audubon.
Those of us who enjoy spending time in nature often believe that outdoor experiences benefit our physical and mental health, support our social lives, and promote a commitment to the protection of nature. Science backs this up: a substantial body of research supports...
Varied Thrush / Debra Regula / Great Backyard Bird CountSeattle Audubon continues to monitor public health guidelines as they affect our activities. We will continue to evaluate as new information becomes available. (Resources are listed at the end of this...