Expand the Conversation
There are many ways to be involved in bird and habitat conservation. If you want to volunteer, attend a conference or just learn more, check out the opportunities below.
See Audubon Washington's list of festivals held throughout the year in Washington. Coming up: Gray's Harbor Shorebird and Nature Festival,
May 6-9, Cordova Alaska (and on-line)
April 16-18 On-line with some on-site events in Arcata, CA
On-line resources and self-directed activities on Vancouver Islands.
May 6-9, Homer, Alaska and on-line.
Conferences and Meetings
Virtual. April 19-23
Part II Sessions Outreach and Education: My 15-22
September 12-15, Providence, RI
September 3-11, Marseillle, France
October 18-21, Vancouver, WA
November 15-19, Homer, AK
We share regional or larger community science projects here, or sites that list multiple volunteer opportunities. To find more ways to participate in your local area, reach out to your state or local Audubon chapter or state or federal fish and wildlife agencies. Or contact us and we will help connect you.
Report on birds and amphibians in this new program.
You can join in for all or part of the season, in the U.S. or Canada.
Help survey birds on the coast of British Columbia.
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.
The Pueo Project could use more citizen scientists to help locate and learn more about the Pueo, or Hawaiian Short-eared Owl.
eBird Northwest keeps an ongoing list of Northwest U.S. community science opportunities.
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