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Marymoor Park Work Party
September 06, 2014
Eastside Park Rangers Nature Walk
September 07, 2014
Birding Trip: Grays Harbor
September 09, 2014
Youth Education Committee
September 09, 2014
Conservation Committee Meeting
September 10, 2014
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Youth Education

Volunteers from the Eastside Audubon Youth Education Committee work with children of all ages in a variety of settings: schools, nature centers, parks, camps, festivals, and fairs.

Classroom Workshops

We present a variety of student workshops. All presentations are interactive, hands-on and can be adapted to the needs of students. They support the Essential Academic Learning Requirements of Washington State.

Workshop descriptions

To inquire about a classroom workshop, please phone the Eastside Audubon office at 425-576-8805.

Bird Discovery Box for K–12 Teachers

Teachers may borrow the Bird Discovery Box, which contains lesson plans and the materials needed to teach them.

Family Birding Walks

At various times throughout the year, we take families on leisurely walks, stopping to explore any natural object that captures the fancy of our participants — young and old.

Family activities schedule

Len Steiner Grant Fund for K-12 Teachers

For elementary, middle and high school teachers for environmental/science projects in the classroom. Application

Brian Gershon Scholarship Fund for High School Seniors

For high school seniors who have demonstrated a keen interest in the environment/science. Application

Amy McQuade Camp Scholarship

For low-income, middle-school students to attend science/environmental summer camps. To obtain an application, please contact your school counselor or science teacher or email

Youth Education Committee Membership

We welcome any EAS member who has an interest in sharing nature with young people. Learn more

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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.