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  • Watching Their World Melt Away
    Zoom in to this program about Black Guillemots featuring ornithologist George Divoky, Tuesday, April 20. Learn more at https://vashonaudubon.org/calendar »
  • Partners are restoring a wetland
    Vashon Audubon and partners are restoring this wetland meadow
  • Seeking new board members
    Vashon Audubon is recruiting candidates for two important positions: board president and board secretary. A third position, volunteer coordinator, can be on the board or not. We are also seeking members for a Recruitment Committee. Board president job description General responsibilities: Lead Vashon Audubon…
  • News from Olympia
    Washington Audubon identified three priorities coming into the current legislative session: setting a clean-fuel standard, revising the Growth Management Act to address climate change, and preserving funding for environmental programs.
  • 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.
  • Should you stop feeding Pine Siskins?
    People on Vashon and across the nation have seen enormous flocks of Pine Siskins recently. What’s happening?

Older posts
Video: Birds of Vashon Island—Images and Songs
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 »


Calendar of events
Vashon Audubon has canceled in-person birding field trips and programs to comply with COVID-19 guidelines. Find out about upcoming events »


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Meet the bird of the month: Great-horned Owl »


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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