Located at the Adriana Hess Audubon Center
 2917 Morrison Rd W, University Place, WA 98466   |   253-565-9278

We are People who Care about the world we are giving to future generations.

Conservation has no party. Our members represent the broad spectrum of political parties. We do not endorse candidates. We work on issues.

We are a member-driven and volunteer run grassroots organization that strives to connect people with nature. Our members, volunteers, staff, and partners work together to make a positive difference in the lives of people, birds, and wildlife in Pierce County while protecting habitats for future generations.

The mission of Tahoma Audubon is to connect people with birds, other wildlife and their habitats through conservation, education, and recreation.            

From the original 150 members in 1969, we have grown to over 600 chapter members and nearly 3,000 National Audubon Society members. We serve all of Pierce County, WA.

The organization’s volunteer committees accomplish much of our work: 
  • Publish our award-winning bimonthly newsletter, The Towhee
  • Run education programs, lead field trips, and monthly membership forums
  • Participate in Birdathon, organize volunteers, governance, take policy positions, and ensure financial sustainability
Committees with  current volunteer opportunities include:
  • Conservation, Co-chairs - Kirk Kirkland and Bruce Hoeft
  • Finance, Chair - Joel Chang
  • Governance, Members- Margie Shea, Jerry Broadus, and Marsha Williams
  • Membership, Chair - Margie Shea
  • Thelma Gilmur Education Committee, Chair - Marsha Williams

The board of directors affirmed our chapter's support for and alignment with National Audubon Society's Statement on Diversity and Inclusion, at the February 2015 board meeting. Our commitment is also reflected in our current 2014-17 Strategic Plan.

Download and read our 2016 Annual Report or current newsletter.

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