The Corvid Crier
Want to see Eastside Audubon's birding and events schedule on paper? Simply view and print the
Corvid Crier Digest
Board Report- Review of 2016
Diversity Comes to the Outdoors and Conservation
Audubon's Great Backyard Bird Count
Results from the 2016 Christmas Bird Count
Western Sandpiper, by Mick Thompson
A new record number of species were seen on Count Day, including Western Sandpipers, like the one pictured here
Beginning Ornithology Class Completed and More on the Way!
Ornithology class at the Green River, by Margaret Ellsworth
A successful class finished in December and several more are scheduled. Sign up now to raise your birding skills to a new level.
Bird of the Month: Ruffed Grouse
by Robert Howsen
More likely to be heard than seen in the Pacific Northwest.
Holiday Gift Wrap-up
Jim and Nancy Roberts, by Roberta Lewandowski
Another successful and fun fundraiser at the Issaquah REI.
Birding Calendar: Walks, Trips, & Activities
February 5 (Sunday):
Juanita Bay Park Interpretive Tour
February 18 (Saturday):
February 21 (Tuesday):
Juanita Bay Park Bird Walk
February 24 (Friday):
Lake Sammamish State Park
February 25 (Saturday):
February 27 (Monday):
Birding the Hot Spots of King County
March 3 (Friday):
Great Blue Heron Viewing
March 4 (Saturday):
Family Bird Walk at Juanita Bay Park
March 8 (Wednesday):
South King County and Puget Sound
March 18 (Saturday):
Kittitas County Sage Birds
Learning to Bird by Ear
Beginning Bird Photography
Other Audubon Chapters' Birding Events
Beginning birders and non-members are welcome. Please read our
Tips for Successful Birding With Eastside Audubon
Printable list of all February activities
Calendar at a glance
Volume 37, Number 2
Conservation in a Biological Hotspot, with Jim Rettig
Jim Rettig in Indonesia
Thursday, February 23
by Ollie Oliver
Saturday, February 4
9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
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