The Tahoma Audubon Society connects people with birds, other wildlife, and their habitats through conservation, education and recreation.
We strive to involve youth, families, and seniors in the discovery and protection of native habitat throughout Pierce County. We develop and offer year-round, family-based, nature education programming at the Tacoma Nature Center (Tacoma, WA), the Adriana Hess Audubon Center (University Place, WA), and at the Morse Wildlife Preserve (Graham, WA).
We organize and lead field trips throughout Puget Sound and the State. We also work to affect public policy at the city, county and state level to achieve our conservation goals.
Tahoma Audubon is a wonderful and amazing place where people come together and connect with nature by the power of teaching and understanding how the world around us works. I would recommend everyone to come and check out Tahoma Audubon Society in University Place if you want a chance to learn more about birding, community outreach or just to enjoy a quiet stroll in our gorgeous park!