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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.



Photo Contest Winners


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Bird Walks


Join Mary Kiesau, the Methow Conservancy’s Educational Programs Director, on a casual natural history “walk and talk” to see and learn what is happening in the natural world of the Methow.

April 19
May 1
May 9
May 29


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Leavenworth Spring BirdFest 2018

May 17-20


The 16th Annual Leavenworth Spring Bird Fest, May 17-20, celebrates birdsong and the natural world with top-notch bird guides, breathtaking scenery, new adventures and David Allen Sibley as this year’s keynote speaker!

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Nature Journaling Class in the Methow Valley

April and May

The Methow Conservancy’s Mary Kiesau and Twisp artist and teacher Perri Howard are teaming up to off er another round of nature journaling classes. The spring series is titled “Nature Drawing Near and Far,” Each class will combine both close-up and distance drawing...

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Native Plant Society Walks


Sam Hill Wildflower Walk — Saturday, April 21
Wildflower Hike at Jacobson Preserve — Thursday, April 26
Quincy Area Wildflower Walk — Friday, April 27
Lower Crab Creek and Sentinel Dunes Exploration — May 4


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Bird Survey Opportunities


Beebe Springs

Beebe Springs has re-opened, and the citizen science bird surveys are resuming on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month! Come for a leisurely 1 1/2 mile walk to see spring migrants, waterfowl and riparian/wetlands species.....Click here for more information.

Walla Walla Park and Horan Natural Area

2nd and 4th Wednesdays, bird monitoring walks led by Susan Ballinger .... Click here for more information!


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