Conservation Stewardship – Our Conservation Committee is focused on preserving and protecting habitats for birds and wildlife on the Olympic Peninsula. Please view the information below and click on a topic of interest to read more about it.
Wild Olympics Campaign –The Olympic Peninsula Audubon Society is a participating member of the Wild Olympics Campaign, a coalition working to protect watersheds on the Olympic Peninsula.
Marbled Murrelet Long Term Conservation Strategy – The Marbled Murrelet was listed by the Federal Government as a Threatened species in 1992 and listed by Washington State as Threatened in 1993.
Pit to Pier Project – The Thorndyke Resource Project, nicknamed “pit-to-pier,” is a proposal that would move gravel from an extraction area near the former Fred Hill Materials Shine gravel pit along a 4-mile-long conveyor belt to a 1,000-foot pier at Hood Canal where it would be loaded on barges for shipping.
Barred Owl Management – For the past several decades the focus on enhancing Northern Spotted Owl (NSO) populations in the West has been on preserving suitable habitat, primarily old growth forests.