Green Heron / Kathryn E. Keith / Audubon Photography Awards
Seattle Audubon puts our mission into action through both urban and regional initiatives, designed to inspire appreciation, understanding, and protection of birds within and beyond our local community.
Seattle Audubon’s urban conservation programs span the areas of education, science, and conservation, focused on the greater Seattle area.
The reach of many Seattle Audubon programs, especially those for science and conservation, extends beyond the boundaries of the greater Seattle area. Read more about our regional initiatives.
Equity & Justice
Seattle Audubon is committed to understanding and eradicating structural racial inequity at every level of our work, and creating spaces and programs that are accessible and welcoming to all.
The Seattle Audubon Board of Directors approved a new 2020-2023 strategic plan on June 11, 2020, released to the general public in July 2020. This plan, Cities at the Center, focuses the organization on five goals within three core themes: urban conservation, equity, and resilience.
Intro to Urban Birds
Apr 26, 2023
Conflicts over Short-Eared Owls, other birds, and access to habitat in Bow, Washington, prompted the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) to update access rules to the Samish River Unit of the Skagit Wildlife Area.
A New Name for an Inclusive Future
Mar 28, 2023
No longer a barrier, our new name represents an open door for new communities to join us in our mission to advocate and organize for cities where people and birds thrive.
How We Found Our New Name
Mar 27, 2023
We conducted a transparent and inclusive process to choose our new name. Read more to learn about how we found our new name.