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Find out about our classes, events, habitat projects, advocacy, the Audubon mural, and more.

  • Call for photos
    We’re looking for great bird photos for our 2023 calendar.
  • A report to our members
    Over the past year we continued to fulfill our mission: To enjoy, learn about, and preserve birds and the diverse natural habitats of Vashon Island and beyond.
  • Join us to improve bird habitat
    Work parties will be on every-other Thursday mornings. Tasks will vary seasonally but often include removing invasive plants like blackberries and English ivy. Contact Jody Pritchard or Jim Evans if you’d like to participate.
  • 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.

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Audubon mural
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You can help birds survive by landscaping with native plants. Check out these resources »


Our Binoc Borrow program lends binoculars to Vashon Audubon members. Learn more »

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