Audubon Washington inspires diverse audiences to conserve natural ecosystems and build healthy communities for people, birds and other wildlife.
- Individual action is the greatest force for conservation.
- Sound conservation policy and environmental education are based on sound science.
- People learn to care about nature through direct outdoor experiences.
- People are motivated to take action when they care about nature.
- Washington State’s Audubon Centers offer those direct experiences, connecting children and families with nature and inspiring conservation leaders of the future.
- The strength of the Audubon grassroots network of 26 local Audubon chapters provides a structure and empowers individuals to watch over our air and water quality, and important wildlife habitats.
- A collaborative approach, based on finding common ground, leads to shared understanding of the economic value and benefits of bird conservation to our communities.
- Advocating for environmental public policies is an effective way to conserve habitat at the local, state and national level.