Skagit Audubon

Watching birds, protecting habitat, connecting with nature


Birds of the Olympic Coast
Presented by:   Chris Williams, Olympic National Park Ranger 
Tuesday, April 12, 7:00 PM

Apr22ProgramPictureCome explore the diversity of birds found on the Olympic Coast. From bald eagles to tufted puffins to black footed albatrosses, over 100 species of birds can be found along the Olympic Coast.  We will look at the different ways that these birds use the ocean and how they are adapted to do so, and how organizations work together to create a healthy coast for seabirds and other marine organisms, as well as some of the challenges birds face.

Chris Williams is an Interpretive Park Ranger at Olympic National Park in Port Angeles. His love for the outdoors started when he was young and fell in love with wildlife. After completing a master’s degree in environmental education, he worked at North Cascades National Park, and in 2021 joined Olympic National Park as a Ranger. He loves to lead guided walks on the coast and snowshoe walks at Hurricane Ridge. 

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Preregistration is required and limited to 100 attendees. Please only one registrant per household. After you register you will receive an email with the link to sign in at the time of the event. Questions? Contact



If you missed last month’s excellent Zoom presentation “Birds of Mt. Rainier” by Jeff Antonelis-Lapp you can view the recording at the following link:  


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Skagit Audubon Society holds monthly meetings on the second Tuesday of each month except for the months of July and August. We meet at 7:00 pm at Padilla Bay Interpretive Center (Google map), 10441 Bayview-Edison Rd. Mount Vernon. Meetings are open to all.

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