Great Blue Heron landing in Andrews Bay Photo: Denver Kramer
We help a diverse mix of young people cultivate wonder and develop an insatiable curiosity in the natural world through environmental science, outdoor exploration and play-- all in their neighborhood backyard.
We work to inspire diverse audiences to conserve natural ecosystems and build healthy communities.
Each month we explore the forest for owls
5902 Lake Washington Blvd S
Seattle, WA 98118
Center Hours: 10am-5pm, Wed-Sat
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Discover the variety of birds that call the old growth forest home
Contribute to Audubon's research on bird populations in the face of climate change.
Give back and support youth, families and the environment as an Audubon volunteer
We rely on the talents of our volunteers to promote the efforts of the Center. Whether you're a budding naturalist or an organized decision-maker, we need you!
Incorporating native plants into your yard or balcony garden provides important habitat for birds and promotes biodiversity.
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