The Olympic Peninsula Audubon Society promotes birding, conservation of habitat and biological diversity on the Olympic Peninsula through educational and conservation efforts. We are a local chapter of the National Audubon Society and a partner supporting the mission of the Dungeness River Audubon Center.
We live in a unique area. Bounded by the Olympic Mountains and Pacific Ocean/Strait of Juan de Fuca, we are blessed with a rich birding environment. The climate ranges from rain forest to semiarid. Plus, the peninsula is on the path for many migratory birds.
OPAS engages this environment with many events throughout the year including birder activities, classes & workshops, school programs and public celebrations, such as the Olympic BirdFest. Event details can be viewed on the Events Calendar. Many members are also involved with conservation issues.
Visit the About Us page to find out how to reach us.