Seward Park Audubon Center is a partnership with the City of Seattle's Parks & Recreation and the National Audubon Society. Parks & Recreation owns the Center building, which Audubon renovated and leases from the city.
Check out Green Seattle Partnership if you would like to volunteer on a service project with Audubon restoring habitat at Seward Park. EarthCorps and Friends of the Cedar River Watershed are also great allies for volunteering in the park.
The Center is the educational arm of Audubon Washington which is co-located with us and represents the 25 independent chapter and 18,000 volunteers in our state.
Seattle Audubon is a separate and independent non-profit that offers exceptional birding classes and a nature store in Wedgewood in North Seattle.
The Friends of Seward Park - Volunteers working in cooperation with park visitors and the City of Seattle to preserve and enhance Seward Park. The Friends meet the first Saturday of most months at the Seward Park Audubon Center from 9:30 - 11:00am.
An ally in great youth work Bike Works offers programs for children and teens 10-19 years of age in Columbia City including earn-a-bike where a young person learns bike mechanics and then volunteers to help others in order to earn their own sweet ride.
The Audubon Center is a member of the Youth Development Executives of King County. Together we are helping to strengthen the leaders and organizations that help young people.
Our country is full of dazzling landscapes. They are places that protect our wildlife and resources, allow us to look into the past and protect our history, and provide us with beautiful places to play and learn. Keeping our landscapes public supports a healthy planet. That’s why we partner with the National Park Service to deliver the Every Kid In A Park program, which gives fourth graders and their families free access to hundreds of parks, lands, and waters for an entire year, where they are encouraged to discover and explore America’s wildlife, resources, and history.