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COVID Update

October 30, 2020 To the Seattle Audubon community: We miss seeing you and we hope that you are staying well! How’s your home bird-list shaping up during this fall migration? We’ve seen lots of migrating geese, crows flocking to...

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Annual Report 2019-2020

Seattle Audubon is pleased to share our 2019–2020 Annual Report, which includes the many wonderful accomplishments made possible through the dedication of our volunteers, members, staff and donors last year — all on behalf of birds!

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COVID Update

October 30, 2020 To the Seattle Audubon community: We miss seeing you and we hope that you are staying well! How’s your home bird-list shaping up during this fall migration? We’ve seen lots of migrating geese, crows flocking to...

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Radio Program Leads to Landmark $100,000 Gift

With the launch of our new strategic plan, Cities at the Center, Seattle Audubon has some unexpected wind at our backs, thanks to the incredible generosity of two local philanthropists, Jim and Birte Falconer.

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Seattle Audubon Statement on Central Park Birding Incident

The details of the racist incident that occurred in New York City’s Central Park this Memorial Day are now well known and have been widely condemned. As tempting as it may be to point fingers in response to reprehensible behavior, we are asking our members to take...

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Redevelopment at Fort Lawton and Seattle Audubon

Image credit: Cit y of Seattle Seattle Audubon is not party to any lawsuit regarding the redevelopment plan at Fort Lawton. At least two groups have filed lawsuits since November 2019 opposing the planned redevelopment at the site adjacent to Discovery Park in the...

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