Leading a local community in appreciating, understanding, and protecting birds and their natural habitats.

Window Pain: Helping Birds Survive a Human World

Window Pain: Helping Birds Survive a Human World

Join Seattle Audubon for a special program meeting with Heidi Trudell, biologist turned architectural consultant who has focused mainly on bird-window collisions since 2003.
Learn about threats facing, and solutions for saving, our birds - starting right at home.

Thursday, July 18 @ Phinney Center/Community Hall

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Bird & Nature Art Fair

Bird & Nature Art Fair

Featuring several local professional and amateur artists selling bird & nature-themed art! A portion of vendor proceeds go directly to Seattle Audubon.

  • Saturday, July 27th
  • 10am - 4pm @ The Nature Shop
    • 8050 35th Ave NE
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NextGen Advisory Council

NextGen Advisory Council

Currently recruiting new members! Seattle Audubon has convened the NextGen Advisory Council to elevate the perspectives and expertise of young professionals and student activists in our work for birds and nature in the city.

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The Nature Shop
Where the profits are for the birds!

Birds of the Pacific Northwest

Seattle Audubon's regional guide is authored by local experts Tom Aversa, Richard Cannings, and Hal Opperman.

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Pacific Northwest Insects

A groundbreaking field guide by Dr. Merrill Peterson, featuring over 1,200 insect species with photographs.

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Centennial Blend Coffee

Our new Centennial Blend Coffee is organic, fair-trade certified, and shade-grown in Guatemala.

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