Dunlin photograph provided by Jay Wiggs
Kitsap Audubon Society...
....is dedicated to environmental education, nature study, the preservation of wildlife and habitat, and the enjoyment and appreciation of our natural areas. To that end, we partner with other community organizations that share our goals.
MONTHLY PROGRAMS—Our monthly programs are popular and well attended. Topics range from ecotourism and wildlife photography to Orcas and live owls. Programs are usually 7:00 p.m. the second Thursday of each month, from September to May, on the lower level of the Poulsbo Library.
FIELD TRIPS—Experienced guides lead monthly outings to prime birding areas. We also host an annual Christmas Bird Count.
CONSERVATION—We closely monitor environmental issues and legislation and promote timely action and support, consistent with our mission and values. Purple Martin Project—Nesting boxes have been installed and are being monitored at various locations in Kitsap County. Wildlife viewing platforms have been funded by Kitsap Audubon in locations throughout Kitsap County, in collaboration with local Boy Scout Troops and both city and county parks departments.
EDUCATION—In addition to our popular monthly programs, we provide special Audubon Adventures curriculum materials to 45 fourth-grade classrooms in Kitsap County. We also provide volunteers and educational displays at numerous related community events.
PUBLICATIONS/COMMUNICATIONS Kingfisher newsletter keeps members and friends informed about our monthly programs, field trips, environmental issues and related news and events. Where to Find Birds in Kitsap County provides a detailed guide to the best birdwatching locations in the area. Kitsap Bird Checklist contains a detailed list of birds that have been seen in Kitsap County
Our e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org
What We've Achieved
Below is a list of past accomplishments:
- Purple Martin
- Poulsbo Osprey
- Point No Point IBA sign