Expand the Conversation
There are many ways to be involved with Pacific Birds. From webinars, to conferences, to social media, or even helping you find and apply for grants — we connect you to people doing bird habitat conservation in our Flyways.
See the overview and then get in touch with your local Audubon chapter to learn more.
Held annually between November 15 and December 15
Starts November 9
Help with Brown Pelicans, Snowy Plovers, Black Oystercatchers or some of their Coastal Community or Portland-Metro area projects.
Scientists want to know if you see banded Lesser Yellowlegs.
Audubon's Science Watch is a community science program to observe climate threatened species two times a year.
The Pueo Project could use more citizen scientists to help locate and learn more about the Pueo, or Hawaiian Short-eared Owl.
Find a program that might work for you, from looking for waterbirds to monitoring bird-window collisions.
January 25, 2020, Corvalis, OR
January 27-31, Anchorage, AK
March 8-13, 2020, Omaha, NE
August 2-6, Portland, OR
August 10-15, San Juan, Puerto Rico
August 19-22, Richmond, VA
Meetings & Events
February 5-6, Falls Church, VA
February 10-14, Anchorage, AK
February 12-15, Portland, OR
February 23 and 24
Trainings, Webinars & Workshops
December 10-12, Couer D'Alene, ID
January 18-26, Sierra de Manantlán Biosphere Reserve
Celebrations & Festivals
USDA Forest Service Seeks Public Comment on Draft Environmental Impact Statement, Alternatives to a Proposed Alaska Roadless Rule
Pubic comment period ends December 17
Pubic comment period ends December 30
(other than Community Science)
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