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June Membership Meeting & Program:
"14th Annual Youth Bird Drawing Contest
Awards & Reception"
Members, the public, young artists and their family members are invited!
Thursday, June 20th
Reception starts at 6pm.**
Program begins at 6:30pm.
**NOTE: Early start time!
Membership Meetings are held at
acoma Nature Center, 1919 S. Tyler St., Tacoma
Membership meetings are free and open to the public. They are held on the 3rd Thursday of most months.
FREE, donations accepted!
Check out our many opportunities for volunteers and academic internships posted online at:
Save Morse Wildlife Preserve's Historic Barn
Help us preserve the barn at Morse Wildlife Preserve in Graham, and you'll be helping save one of a few historic barns found in Pierce County, as well as allowing us to use it again for environmental education programs and shelter!
You can help us save the historic barn
by donating before June 29th:
Save the Barn!
at Morse Wildlife Preserve
public visitation dates:
Call for more information: 253-565-9278
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SAVE THE DATE:
Audubon Convention 2013
July 12-15, 2013 in Stevenson, WA
Western Field Ornithologists & WA Ornithological Society Joint Conference
August 22-25 in Olympia, WA
Audubon Council of Washington
October 5 in Bellevue, WA
Click on the "Calendar" or "Towhee" on the left for more upcoming events and activities!
2012 Annual Report
Our Annual Reports are printed each year in the April/May issue of The Towhee (or cli
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hat Tahoma Audubon is all about!
Tahoma Audubon conserves and restores natural ecosystems, focusing on birds, other wildlife,
and their habitats for the benefit of
humanity and Earth's biological diversity.
Connecting people with nature since 1969.
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