Washington

Celebrate Birds

From mudflats and deltas to mountain meadows and coulee walls, Washington is rich with birds. Think of the tiny hummingbirds flitting across wildflower meadows bursting with color at our Yellow Island Preserve. Or the shorebirds wading in the estuaries of the Skagit and Stillaguamish rivers, now recognized as critical sites by the Western Hemisphere Shorebird Reserve Network. And over in eastern Washington, resident greater sage-grouse stomp and strut in their "leks" (mating grounds) this time of year. The Nature Conservancy's work to protect the state's lands and waters means habitat for birds of all kinds. 



Take a virtual flight with some of the birds we protect below. Your support makes a difference for birds across the state. Thank you!

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