Photo: Dark-Eyed Junco. Photo: Michele Black/GBBC
Reducing our carbon footprint in the Pacific Northwest.
Monitoring and preserving Washington's sagebrush shrubsteppe ecosystem.
Your donation to Audubon Washington will help protect birds and habitat throughout the Evergreen State.
Audubon’s Coasts Initiative takes a full life-cycle approach to the conservation of coastal birds.
How we fight for birds.
Engaging children and families with nature in their community
Hearing testimony focused on increased job and economic growth opportunities, along with climate and public health benefits.
On the same day that Governor Inslee announced his bold climate priorities agenda for the 2019 legislative session, newly published exit polling from this November’s election shows that a large majority of Washington voters want climate action.
The voters of Washington State are poised to make history by embracing one of the strongest climate policies in the nation.
Things every birder can do to protect our fragile landscape in the summer fire season.
Audubon Washington firmly believes that we need to take action now to address our changing climate.
Bird enthusiasts had the chance to try high-end camera and printing equipment, receive in-depth tutorials, and enjoy a local falconer at recent photography-themed events.
The Sagebrush Songbird Survey just completed another successful year! Data used from the multi-year, million-acre survey will help inform large-scale conservation projects.
With chapters all across the state, there is an opportunity to give back near you!
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Does your decision maker know that climate change is number one threat to birds? Ask for their help to protect the birds, the places, and the planet we love.
Decision makers need to hear from you. Sign up for Audubon Washington's Action Alerts and you will have an opportunity to weigh in on proposals that impact birds.
Birds need YOU! Get involved in helping to preserve our birds and their habitats today. There is something for everyone!