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North Central Washington Audubon Society is a local chapter of the National Audubon Society dedicated to furthering the knowledge and the conservation of the environment of North Central Washington, our nation, and the world.





Field Trip: Rock Island Ponds

Saturday, April 4



Field Trip: Nahahum Canyon

Saturday, May 2



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Read the February Newsletter


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New Routes Available in Your Neighborhood

Winter Raptor Survey Project


Jeff Fleischer is Project Coordinator for the East Cascades Audubon Society's Winter Raptor Survey Project (in Bend). The project is being expanded into eastern Washington this year, focusing on the areas around Pullman, Spokane, Ellensburg, Moses Lake, Othello, Wenatchee, the Okanogan, and north of the Tri-cities ....

Read more here ....




Monthly Bird Walks


North Central WA Audubon Society's Friends of Horan invites you to come on informal monthly bird walks to explore the Horan Natural Area, to see and record birds. Outings will be on the 3rd Wednesday of the month, led by Wenatchee Naturalist Susan Ballinger. She will record bird sightings and enter them into the community science eBird database.

The walks begin at 7:30 AM and end about 10:00 AM. It is possible for people to join in at the start and depart early if they need to be at work. ...

More information here ...










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Bird Survey Opportunities


Bird Walks at Horan

North Central WA Audubon Society's Friends of Horan invites you to come on informal monthly bird walks to explore the Horan Natural Area and see birds. Outings will be on the 3rd Wednesday of the month and led by Wenatchee Naturalist Susan Ballinger .....Click here for more information.

Virginia Palumbo will be resuming her twice-monthly bird surveys at Beebe Springs on Wednesday, March 18 at 8:30. The survey will last approximately two hours, and cover about 2 miles on flat, gravel trails. We could see some fun waterfowl, early spring migrants, exciting raptors, and riparian songbirds. All levels of birders welcome; come join the fun! Please contact Virginia at vwpalumbo@gmail.com or at 509-682-5969.



Click here for a full-size map of NCW Audubon's territory.