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Birding, Conservation, & Nature Education in Eastern King County, Washington

Snowy Owl, by Mick ThompsonWinter Birding

Which Surprise Visitors Will We See?

One of the pleasures of winter is to watch for unlikely birds visiting the Pacific Northwest. Andy McCormick offers tips and what to look for. More ...

Photo: Snowy Owl in Stanwood, by Mick Thompson

 

 

 

 

Black-capped Chickadee, by Mick Thompson

If You Can Count, Birds Need You!

Citizen Science Your Family Can Do

Ornithologists rely on people just like you to collect the data they need to understand the effect of climate change on birds. Find out how you can be part of Project FeederWatch and the Christmas Bird Count.

Photo: Black-capped Chickadee, by Mick Thompson


 

 

Red Crossbill (Female), by Mick ThompsonRed Crossbill

Bird of the Month

Their unique bills have evolved to make crossbills specialists in opening the seed cones of our most common Pacific Northwest evergreens. More ...

Photo: Red Crossbill (Female), by Mick Thompson

 

 

 

 

Harlequin Duck by Mick ThompsonWho Stands Out?

Environmentalist of the Year Nominations Are Open

Each year Eastside Audubon celebrates an individual or group for a unique contribution to conservation on the Eastside. Anyone in the community is welcome to send in a nomination. Here's how ...

Photo: Harlequin Duck, by Mick Thompson

 

 

 


Support Our Sponsors

Many Eastside Audubon programs and activities are made possible in part by the generous financial and in-kind support of:

PCC REI King Co

 

Please support them in return!

 

 

Eastside Audubon is the National Audubon Society chapter for eastern King County, including Bellevue, Bothell, Carnation, Duvall, Fall City, Issaquah, Kenmore, Kirkland, Medina, North Bend, Preston, Redmond, Sammamish, Snoqualmie, Woodinville, and the contiguous communities and unincorporated areas.


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The mission of Eastside Audubon is to protect, preserve and enhance natural ecosystems and our communities for the benefit of birds, other wildlife and people.