Lower Columbia Basin Audubon Society

Lower Columbia Basin Audubon Society


Serving Benton and Franklin Counties since 1965

Junior Audubon

Junior Audubon is an after-school club for elementary school-aged children interested in learning about nature, the environment, with a focus on birds. Members meet once a month for after school meetings at Fuerza Elementary School, 3:20 – 4:20 pm.

Members also have the opportunity to participate an Audubon Climate Study counting Red-breasted Nuthatches with Audubon volunteers on two Saturdays this year. Members can earn a pin for learning to identify ten birds.

How to Join

For information and to join Junior Audubon, email Education. Junior Audubon membership is free this year and includes the Curlew newsletter.

Visit our Volunteer page if you would like to help.

Picture of a Red-breasted Nuthatch
Red-breasted Nuthatch

Junior Audubon activity
Watching ducks near Bateman Island
Junior Audubon Activity
Studying the Bird Guide

AUDUBON MISSION STATEMENT - To conserve and restore ecosystems, focusing on birds and wildlife, for the benefit of humanity and Earth's biological diversity. Audubon educates adults and children about the environment, advocates responsible public policy and legislation for natural resources, and conducts science-based projects using birds as indicators of health of the natural world.