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Youth Education Committee

The Eastside Audubon Youth Education Committee welcomes any member who has an interest in sharing nature with young people.



About the Committee


The Youth Education Committee is a diverse group of volunteers. We are teachers, medical professionals, park rangers, and environmental educators.

What unites us is a strong belief that children who connect to nature at an early age become lifelong stewards of the environment. Through our volunteer work, we hope to inspire youth to make this connection, to become lifelong learners of nature, and to live lives dedicated to making the world a better place for all of us.

We invite you to join our team and help us in our mission. The Youth Education Committee meets from at 7:00 PM on the first Tuesday of each month (except August and December) in the basement of Northlake Unitarian Universalist Church in Kirkland at 308 Fourth Avenue South.




Would You Like to Help?

Do you enjoy being with children? Do you want young people to become stewards of the environment?

Make a difference in children's lives by volunteering with the Youth Education Committee. Help students at a science fair make bird feeders to take home. Assist a committee member with a classroom presentation. Join a work party to make bird buttons for the Swift Festival in Monroe. Take children on a walk to see and identify birds. Plant native plants to attract birds to a school yard. These are just a few of the many ways you can volunteer to make a difference.

We promise lots of fun and a feeling of giving back to your community. If you cannot make our meetings, you can still volunteer. Email to learn more or to volunteer.


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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.