Eastside Audubon is the National Audubon Society chapter serving east King County communities from Bothell south to I-90 and from the eastern shore of Lake Washington to the Cascade Foothills. Welcome!
Membership in Eastside Audubon is separate from membership in National Audubon. By joining your local chapter, you support education and conservation close to home. At the same time, Eastside Audubon conservation programs align with the Pacific Flyways strategy of National Audubon. That means your membership at the local level has hemispheric significance.
You can join Eastside Audubon or renew your membership online, by mail, or by calling 425-576-8805. If you’d like to join via mail, fill out a membership application and submit it with a personal check.
Join or Renew Online
Online registration lets you pay your annual dues securely using the credit card of your choice at PayPal. You do not need to have or create a PayPal account.
Select the Individual or Family category, or select the Goldfinch Club or a higher category to give extra support to our Bird Friendly Communities Campaign, our college scholarship fund, grants for teachers, habitat restoration, and conservation outreach programs year-round.
Why join Eastside Audubon?
Benefits for You
As a member of Eastside Audubon you can:
Learn about birds and sharpen your birding skills with help from experienced birders.
Meet people who enjoy birding and the outdoors.
Volunteer in an area you care about.
Attend members-only events.
Be part of a team for the Christmas Bird Count.
Take birding classes for reduced fees.
Receive our e-newsletter, The Corvid Crier.
Hear thought-provoking talks by experts on birds and nature.
Improve your photography skills with our Bird Photo group.
Give back to the community and nature.
Benefits to Birds and the Community
Your membership supports:
Habitat restoration in local parks and natural areas.
Surveys of nesting and migrating bird populations.
Scholarships for college-bound high school seniors.
Summer camp scholarships for middle school children.
Grants to teachers for reusable classroom materials.
Nature education events for families and adults.
Advocacy for birds and wildlife at the state, county and municipal levels.
Action for environmentally responsible energy policy and mass transportation.
Pursuit of wildlife-friendly alternatives in east King County development.
Community science projects.