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North Central Washington Audubon Society is a local chapter of the National Audubon Society dedicated to furthering the knowledge and the conservation of the environment of North Central Washington, our nation, and the world.

Read Our April Newsletter

Observing and Respecting Roosting Owls and Their Habitat

by Dan Stephens

Owls, in particular Long-eared Owls, are fascinating raptors that you don’t see every day due to their nocturnal habits and secretive ways. When a roosting owl is located, it is natural to want to observe it .... Read more here

Okanogan Birding-by-Ear Class May 31

NCWAS will be offering a series of birding-by-ear field classes to help members who want to improve their skills and make the most of the approaching season. The series will be specifically designed to offer members multiple opportunities to improve skills in a field setting.

Join trip lead Mark Johnston for a field trip in the Okanogan area. Mark is a long-time birder and has led many field trips for the Seattle Audubon Society. He recently moved to north central Washington and will continue to lend his expertise and leadership with field trips, workshops and involvement on our board of directors...... Read more

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Featured Bird

Great Gray Owl

Photo by Ryan Shaw

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