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Plant Sale and Climate Change

Thurston Conservation District’s plant sale is March 5th, 2016 at their District Office parking lot at 2918 Fergusen St SW #1-A  Tumwater, WA 98512.  Phone 360 754-3688. Black Hills Audubon Society’s Climate Change program will be there to answer questions on climate change. READ MORE...

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What is Metropolitan Park District? …and why we support it

In November 2015, City of Olympia voters passed the Metropolitan Park District ballot measure with more than 60% of the vote. The Black Hills Audubon Society supported this measure as it is considered critical to the effort to preserve the LBA Woods. Revenue generated from the Metro Park District property [...]

Black Hills Audubon Board Supports the Carbon Tax Initiative I-732

At its meeting in June, the Black Hills Audubon Board voted to support initiative I-732, which would establish a carbon tax in Washington state and will be on the ballot in next November’s general election.  The intention is that the price of fossil fuels should reflect their true cost to [...]

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Birding and Breakfast – Woodard Bay/ Bob Wadsworth

March 4 @ 7:30 am-10:00 am

Meet at Woodard Bay Natural Resources Conservation Area at 7:30.  Discover Pass required. Bring your own breakfast. Want to get a head start on your weekend? Join us for Birding and Breakfast at ...

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Birding and Breakfast – Woodard Bay/ Bob Wadsworth

March 4 @ 7:30 am-10:00 am

Meet at Woodard Bay Natural Resources Conservation Area at 7:30.  Discover Pass required. Bring your own breakfast. Want to get a head start on your weekend? Join us for Birding and Breakfast at ...

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Birding Eagle’s Pride Golf Course – JBLM

March 16 @ 8:00 am-12:00 pm
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Only one-half mile from Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge, Eagle’s Pride Golf Course’s diverse landscapes attract a wide variety of birds. If you have never visited this birding site, you...

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Native Bees of the South Sound/ Joe Dlugo

April 13 @ 7:00 pm-9:00 pm

Emerging from the nooks and crannies of your yard this spring are thousands of six-legged furry beasts. They can be the size of a flea or as big as a peanut.  They can range in color from cardinal re...

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  • What is Metropolitan Park District? …and why we support it - Owl_Great Horned copyIn November 2015, City of Olympia voters passed the Metropolitan Park District ballot measure with more than 60% of the vote. The Black Hills Audubon Society supported this measure as it is considered critical to the effort to preserve the LBA Woods.…