Our Mission: To conserve and restore natural ecosystems and protect birds and other wildlife for the benefit of humanity and biological diversity
in south King County and the world we live in.
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Rainier
Audubon Society


A Chapter of the National Audubon Society with
territory in South King County in Washington State
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APRIL PROGRAM WILL BE ONLINE

Our April program, "The Dinosaurs Among Us," with Kim Adelson, will be online. Go to our programs page for details!




Birding Basics Class

A Spring Outdoor Experience
RESCHEDULED
Sat / Sun June 20-21
or
Sat / Sun June 27-28

8:30 - 10:30 AM

Kevin O'Malley and Barbara Petersen will be teaching Birding Basics classes this April for beginners, intermediate, and expert birders wanting to further their knowledge about birding.

Classes will focus on bird language, behavior, habitats, nests, and bird tracks. Birding is a fascinating recreational activity! Participants will learn to talk more in depth about birds they are seeing and hearing.

Burien's Seahurst Park has both forest and saltwater habitats offering a great diversity of bird species. Binoculars are recommended but not required.

Classes will be $50.00 per weekend. Maximum 8 participants. For more information and to register go to: southsoundnatureschool.org




KNKX Interview with Rainier Audubon!


KNKX discusses the Christmas Bird Count, Rainier Audubon's participation in it, and interviews Calen Randall!

Listen to it here!




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