Current news and information:


No meeting in December

Join us for the 2015 Christmas Bird Count

Christmas Bird Count Details


Help Pilchuck Audubon by Shopping!

Amazon Smile

If you are shopping on Amazon, simply start on this page,, and Amazon will donate a portion of the purchase price to Pilchuck Audubon. Millions of products are eligible for donations. It couldn't be easier!

Murrelet Survival Project Fundraiser

Support the Murrelet Survival Project by shopping for beautiful, handcrafted holidays wreaths and other holiday gifts and decorations from Lynch Creek Farm. Twenty percent of every purchase goes back to the fundraiser, and you can even donate directly to the campaign!  All proceeds will go directly towards the campaign's efforts to protect marbled murrelet habitat on Washington state forestland.  

Lynch Creek Farm's wreaths are amazing, the company is located locally in Shelton, Washington, and all orders can be sent via free ground shipping with the desired delivery date of your choice.  

Native Plant Demonstration Garden Events

95 Pine Street, Edmonds

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Here is a photo of the Demo Garden bird-friendly Scare Crow made by our Garden Artist April Richardson with help from Priscilla Krueger for the Edmonds Scare Crow Festival, November 2015.

 Sunday, November 22, 1-3 pm
LEAF PRINTING WORKSHOP with April Richardson.  This workshop is fun for all ages and leaf prints make beautiful Thanksgiving cards. You won’t want to miss this special workshop. Details

Coming up in December:
Saturday December 5
--Work Party
Sunday December 13--Pine Cone Bird Feeders Workshop

Correction to November Newsletter

National Audubon free birding app:


Smart Growth Campaign

Aerial Pesticide Spraying on Forestlands



Help the Birds with Climate Change

Solar power opportunities in Washington State  


New website features:

People of PAS -- Paula Parsons

Photo Gallery -- Weldon Smith, Mill Creek

(The gallery will feature a Pilchuck photographer every few months.  If you would like to submit photos, please contact

Close Encounters of the Bird Kind -- Mike Blackbird

(This page features writings about birds.  If you have had a magical birding moment, consider writing it up and submitting it to

 Upcoming Birding Trips


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