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Christmas Bird Count and Dinner

Eastside Audubon will field eight teams for the day to count all of the birds we can find in our eastern King County territory, as part of National Audubon's nationwide winter bird survey. You can also participate in the count at home.

  • Citizen Science
  • Birding Trip
When December 15, 2012
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Carpool Meeting Location To be arranged by each team leader
Event Location In the field with a CBC team or in your own back yard
Contact Name Eastside Audubon Office
Contact Email
Contact Phone 425-576-8805
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There's a part for everyone to play in the Eastside Audubon Christmas Bird Count (CBC), our biggest citizen science event of the year. First-timers and new birders are welcome! You can join a field team or count in your own backyard.

Learn more

Join a CBC team


Eastside Audubon's count combines with counts by Audubon Chapters all over the country to produce invaluable data that scientists use to monitor bird population trends and create conservation strategies.


Good news! National Audubon has discontinued the fee for CBC participants!


Christmas Bird Count Dinner

After a day of counting birds, celebrate at our traditional-yet-casual Christmas Bird Count dinner.

This year the main meal will be provided. Birders may be invited to contribute in small ways that don't require preparing food. Watch this page for details or ask for more information when you respond for the dinner.

Plan to bring wine if you like.

Please respond by December 12.

Email your RSVP or phone the EAS office at 425-576-8805.


Dinner Details

Dinner at 5:30 p.m.

Northlake Unitarian Universalist Church

308 Fourth Avenue South

Kirkland, WA  98033

Dinner is in the chapel, a small building immediately east of the church itself with an entrance from the church parking lot.

Map and directions

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.