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Support Eastside Audubon

Remember – this is our most impactful fundraiser:

Every dollar raised is matched up to the first $15,000.

Please stand with us, and help keep the birds singing!

 

There are three ways you can help: you can join a field trip, support a Bird-A-Thon team, or make a general donation to the chapter.

 

1. Join an experienced field trip leader for a Bird-A-Thon field trip.

For these field trips we are requesting a $25 donation to Eastside Audubon for Bird-A-Thon. Simply click on the “Donate Now” button for the trip you wish to register for.  You will be taken to the link for online credit card payment, and we will add you to the trip list and notify the trip leader.  Buttons are found below or on each trip’s individual page (with all the details!)

 

You may also bring cash or check on the day of the trip if you do not wish to pay online in advance, but be aware some trips may fill – contact the office with questions.

 

Lake Sammamish State Park


Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge


Rattlesnake and Christmas Lakes


Beginner's Walk at Juanita Bay Park


Washington Park, Anacortes


Juanita Bay Park


Robinson Canyon


South King County


Fort Steilacoom


Spring in the Snoqualmie Valley


Union Bay Natural Area


 

2. You may choose to help support Bird-A-Thon by donating to a team.

Whidbey Wingdings-- Hugh Jennings
Karismatic Kestrels-- Andy McCormick
Raven Maniacs-- Jan McGruder
Bird Brains- Jim Rettig

3. You may also make a general donation to the chapter.

 

If you want to attend more than one trip or support multiple teams, you can make one donation. Please add comments to indicate which trips you are attending or what teams you are supporting.

 

If you have any questions please call or email the Eastside Audubon office, we are happy to help, welcome your questions, and appreciate your support!

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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.