Protecting birds and the places they need, today and tomorrow
Dunlin. Photo: Matthew Reitinger
Audubon Washington is a field office of the National Audubon Society. Our mission is to protect birds and the places they need by using science, advocacy, education, and on-the-ground conservation. Nature centers, chapters, and partners give Audubon Washington an unparalleled wingspan that reaches over 50,000 people each year to inform, inspire, and unite diverse communities in conservation action.
We do this work because we understand the importance of nature and natural systems in our lives--for our economic well-being, for our enjoyment, and for ethical and spiritual benefits. We are organized as a network of chapters that collectively engage people in learning about birds, caring about and for birds, and taking action to save birds and the places they need now and in the future. We focus our work on four strategies: Coasts, Climate, Working lands, and Bird-Friendly Communities, because we know that when you focus on protecting the birds, you end up protecting the earth.
Monitoring and preserving Washington's shrub-steppe ecosystem.
Connecting people with nature to create safe places where birds and people prosper.
Engaging children and families with nature in their community
With chapters all across the state, there is an opportunity to give back near you!
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!
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.