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The Seward Park Audubon Center provides free and low-cost science and nature programs and conservation opportunities to schools and the community.
The Center’s mission is to inspire diverse audiences to conserve natural ecosystems and build healthy communities for people, birds and other wildlife. We introduce people from all backgrounds to the nature that matters most to them, move them to understanding and caring, and then to conservation action.
When we have achieved our mission, we envision a region where the birds and habitats are thriving; where all of us in the region, especially young people, enjoy nature and take action to care for it. We live in healthy communities and understand our connection to the natural world and the importance of our place in the Pacific Flyway.
Middle School and High School Science programs
Early Learner literacy and nature programs: Toddler Tales & Trails, Talking Tree
Community Family programs: free Super Saturdays, free Nature Walks
Birding and interpretive nature programs for the community
Art and Cultural programs: NW Lecture Series featuring scientists, authors, experts on nature topics, and local artist showcases