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

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Youth Bird Drawing Contest

Submissions due
April 30

Spring/Summer
CLASSES

Sign-up now for
 classes

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Spring speaker
series

Starts March 22 -
June 28 

Join us for our annual Birdathon fundraiser April 22 through May 31, 2018! Click here for more info on becoming a Birdathon participant, attending exclusive Birdathon field trips and helping us reach our $25,000 fundraising goal!

 

Support us! We rely on contributions to continue our work! Donate, volunteer, join