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A Mighty Oak Has Fallen

Recently Tahoma Audubon and the entire environmental community lost an icon. Helen Engle was the founding ‘mother’ of Tahoma Audubon and worked tirelessly on protecting the natural resources of Pierce County and beyond.

A celebration of Helen's life will be held on Saturday, May 4th at 3:30 PM at Mason United Methodist Church, 2710 N Madison, Tacoma.

For more on Helen’s life follow this link


The Tahoma Audubon Society
connects people to nature through education, recreation and conservation.

Founded in 1969, Tahoma Audubon Society is a member-driven and volunteer-supported grassroots organization that is recognized as a conservation leader. Tahoma Audubon Society is the Pierce County Chapter of the National Audubon Society. Tahoma Audubon's members, volunteers, and staff partner together to make a positive difference in the lives of people, birds, and wildlife in Pierce County, Washington, while protecting habitats for future generations.

Photography by Adam Lynn, Diane Yorgason-Quinn and Laurel Parshall


Upcoming events

March, 30th 201,9 - Titlow Park Beach

March, 30th 201,9 - Titlow Park Beach

Birds of a feather for people of color

Join other people of color to look for some of the most amazing birds in your local neighborhoods!

Deadline: April, 30th 2019

Deadline: April, 30th 2019

2019 Youth Bird Drawing contest

Deadline April, 30th

open to pierce county youth grades 1-8

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Join TAS in restoring wildlife habitat and protecting working farms, forests and open places.


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