What we're about

South Sound Birders is a community of people that appreciate birds, nature, and enjoying the outdoors together. Activities will include field trips, wildlife-oriented classes, lectures, and other events. Many of these events will be sponsored by the Black Hills Audubon Society, but you do not need to be a member of BHAS to participate. Anyone can post impromptu bird walks, chase trips for rarities, carpooling, or other non-sponsored events.

Upcoming events (5)

Nisqually NWR Birding Walk- Cancelled until further notice

Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge

Leader: Phil Kelley

Few know Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge - its seasons, its critters, and, for our purposes, its birds - better than Phil Kelley. His Wednesday forays are famous. He will help you identify birds, both natives and migrants, and birds' roles in the Refuge's ecosystem.

The Refuge has a $3.00 entrance fee which is waived if you have a Golden Eagle Pass, federal interagency pass or other applicable pass.

Nisqually NWR Birding Walk- Cancelled until further notice

Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge

Leader: Phil Kelley

Few know Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge - its seasons, its critters, and, for our purposes, its birds - better than Phil Kelley. His Wednesday forays are famous. He will help you identify birds, both natives and migrants, and birds' roles in the Refuge's ecosystem.

The Refuge has a $3.00 entrance fee which is waived if you have a Golden Eagle Pass, federal interagency pass or other applicable pass.

Birds and Beer- Now Going Virtual

Online event

Join Craig and Vickie Merkel for a zoom gathering of bird lovers to discuss all things avian. Grab a beverage, plop into your favorite chair, and log onto our second virtual get together.

Monday October 19th 4:30 pm

Registration is necessary. See Zoom Link.

This registration will sign you up for all the sessions through June; you can attend any or all of them. Just save your confirmation email for future use. Hope to see you “there”.

Nisqually NWR Birding Walk- Cancelled until further notice

Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge

Leader: Phil Kelley

Few know Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge - its seasons, its critters, and, for our purposes, its birds - better than Phil Kelley. His Wednesday forays are famous. He will help you identify birds, both natives and migrants, and birds' roles in the Refuge's ecosystem.

The Refuge has a $3.00 entrance fee which is waived if you have a Golden Eagle Pass, federal interagency pass or other applicable pass.

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