Bushtit / Mick Thompson / Eastside Audubon Society
Equity & Justice
The fight to protect birds and nature is not separate from the fight for equity and justice, and to succeed at one we must succeed at both.
Actions & Commitments
Seattle Audubon is committed to identifying and dismantling systems of oppression in our organization and community, and to actively working toward an anti-racist future. Read more about our current actions and commitments.
Anti-racism Resources List
As a precursor to formal trainings, Seattle Audubon’s Equity & Justice Committee has prepared a curated list of anti-racism resources for self-guided learning to share with our community.
Grievance Policy & Procedures
The Seattle Audubon Board of Directors has approved policies and procedures to ensure that all perceived violations and complaints of discrimination and harassment are considered seriously and dealt with in a manner that is fair, urgent, and consistent.
Jun 8, 2022
To queer conservation and the outdoors is to challenge heterosexual or binary assumptions implicit in how we think about, use, and protect nature. It also exposes how nature and conservation can be used to marginalize and oppress certain groups of people.
Jun 1, 2022
Tammy VuPham shares her experience birding at Union Bay Natural Area with Outdoor Asian, a group building community through shared outdoor experiences like this one.
May 31, 2022
In celebration of Pride Month, here are five...