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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)

Cancelled- Birding & Breakfast - Billy Frank, Jr. Nisqually N.W.R.

Billy Frank Jr. Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge

Billy Frank, Jr. Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge, 7:30 a.m. at the Visitor Center (100 Brown Farm Rd. N.E., Olympia). Leader: Hank Henry. Federal refuge fee or pass required. Breakfast afterwards at Medicine Creek Cafe (formerly Norma’s) at the freeway interchange just outside the entrance to the Refuge. Beginning birders are welcome

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.

Postponed Until Further Notice - Birds and Beer

Fish Tale Brew Pub

Gather with birders at the Fish Tale Brewpub on the third Monday of each month. People will share their “best birding spots in our area.” Come ready to share where and why you go birding in a particular spot. People new to our area will benefit from your knowledge. We will gather at the couches in the back.

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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