Plants for Birds

Eastside Audubon is proud to announce that we received a $750 collaborative grant from National Audubon to help with our Plants for Birds programs. We are working hand-in-hand with Washington Native Plant Society to encourage our community to use native plants in landscaping and yards to provide food, shelter, and habitat for our bird populations.  

Working with WNPS, we identified 35 species of plants that are native, relatively easy to find, and have value to wildlife.  Using this list, we are developing cards that highlight each species of plant and a species of bird that would benefit from the use of that plant.  Basic information is provided about each plant and bird.  These cards will be available this Spring for display at our events and through download from the website. Click a plant to download a PDF to learn more about it.  

  Photo by Mick Thompson

Photo by Mick Thompson