Located at the Adriana Hess Audubon Center
 2917 Morrison Rd W, University Place, WA 98466   |   253-565-9278

Welcome to Birdathon 2017!

Photo: Pacific Wren, Mick Thompson

Support bird + wildlife wonder and
habitat heroism across Pierce County!


What is Birdathon?

Birdathon is Tahoma Audubon's annual community challenge and fundraiser. It's a lot of fun, and anyone can do it — expert birders, casual birdwatchers, beginners, kids, families and teams.

Instead of counting miles, like you might for a walkathon, "Birdathoners" count birds. 

Between April 22 and May 29, Birdathoners go on one-of-a-kind field trips, learn about local birds and make new friends — all while raising money that helps connect people with nature and preserve habitats for birds, other wildlife and people.

People participate in Birdathon for a wide variety of reasons, including because they:

  • Care about nature education 
  • Want to protect and conserve our natural world
  • Want to make a difference locally (money raised stays in Pierce County)
  • Like to learn and experience new things (birds! trips!)
  • Want to connect with others who also value the natural world
  • Appreciate what Tahoma Audubon has done for our community since 1969

You might participate because you're a member looking to give back, or maybe you just want a fun activity you can do with your friends or family or to make new friends.

Whatever your reason, we hope you'll join us this spring!

Sign up for our Birdathon Newsletter to get all things Birdathon sent directly to your inbox. 

Click here or scroll to the bottom of the page.

Get Involved Today!

Sign up for our special Birdathon newsletter for insider tips and tricks, and click on the links below to explore the different ways you can participate. 



Contact Andrea, Development & Community Engagement Manager,
at 253-565-9129 or andream@tahomaaudubon.org.

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