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Find out about our programs, classes, habitat projects, advocacy, the Heron Meadow mural, and more.

  • Special Event
    This event, featuring videos by Jim Diers and Emalia Hinden, is over, but you can watch Jim Diers’ video here. The Hope Nest video will be available soon; please check back.
  • Annual Report 2019-2020
    We’re proud of all we accomplished as an all-volunteer Audubon chapter.
  • Fall birding classes with Ed Swan
    Register NOW for one of 15 places in a course for experienced birders with Ed Swan, Master Birder.
  • Volunteers continue to build Habitat Garden
    The Vashon Audubon Native Habitat Garden at the Heritage Museum is filling out nicely as volunteers continue to build beds, add plants and other habitat features.
  • Call for photos for our 2021 calendar
    Do you have a great photo of birds on Vashon Island? We might have a place for it in our 2021 calendar!
  • Report: 389 bird species are at risk
    National Audubon’s climate study, Survival by Degrees: 389 Species on the Brink, reports that two-thirds of North American birds are at increasing risk of extinction from global temperature rise.

Older posts
Clean-fuel standard could help birds at risk from climate change
Help prevent House Finch disease
4th grade birding program inspires young artists


Heron Meadow mural
Taking flight this summer »


Calendar of events
Vashon Audubon has canceled birding field trips and programs to comply with COVID-19 guidelines. Activities will be posted here when they resume.


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Meet the bird of the month:
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Would you like to go birding but don’t have binoculars?
Our new Binoc Borrow program lends binoculars to Vashon Audubon members. Learn more »


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