Welcome to Napa Solano Audubon Society!

Our mission is to share the fun of birding, promote conservation and scientific understanding of wild birds and their habitats, and offer engaging, science-based education emphasizing the communities of Napa and Solano counties. Learn more about us

Welcome Tammy Saunders, our
New Education Coordinator!

Tammy was selected from a number of strong candidates due to her past Natural History leadership experiences serving as a parks naturalist, leading bird walks, coordinating Audubon summer camp programs, and solid birding background. She grew up near Toledo, Ohio where she graduated from the University of Toledo in Interdisciplinary Studies and Environmental Education. She served as a Naturalist and Program Specialist for the Toledo Metropolitan Parks, developing school programs, leading interpretive walks, and serving a culturally diverse community. We are excited that she will take over our school programs, coordinate our Christmas Bird Count 4 Kids, lead beginner bird walks, and provide some support for our Citizen Science Projects. We hope you get to meet Tammy in the near future at some of our NSAS activities.

Searching for Volunteers

We are looking for volunteers to help lead beginning bird walks for families, once a month in local parks. Please consider helping out with this fun activity. We are also looking for Supporters to assist us with Education Programs in our Schools and Communities. If you are interested in serving in this area in any capacity, please contact Mark Stephenson at NapaBirder@gmail.com for more details.

Monthly Meeting, Walks and Field Trips

'''Our February Monthly Zoom Speaker Series will be held on Thursday, February 10th at 7:00 p.m. Lia Gaertner will present a Tick Talk on The Ecology of Ticks and Tick-Borne Diseases in California and Beyond. We will continue to hold our monthly speaker series meetings on Zoom until the Delta Variant of Covid 19 is under control and our libraries reopen during the evening hours. Click on the Upcoming Events Link for this Month's Speaker Series for the Zoom Link and details on how to connect! Previous presentations may be viewed, by clicking on the NSAS Speaker Series link in the left hand column for a recorded video of our presentations!

Join Andrew Ford each Saturday for a Weekly Birding Field Trip. Sign up for the Field Trip eBlast eMail and Andrew will send out the weekly destination for each Bird Walk. All Bird walks take place in our near Napa And Solano Counties to help birders become familiar with the local birding hotspots!

Beginning Bird Watching for Kids

Tammy Saunders will be leading a Beginning Bird Walk for Kids on Saturday, February 12 at 9:00 a.m. at American Canyon Wetlands as part of the San Francisco Flyway Festival. This walk is designed for students aged 7 - 14 and their parents. Please preregister with Tammy at nsasedcoordinator@gmail.com . See information on this event under Upcoming Events Below!

Stay tuned to our website and Field Trip eBlasts for more information on upcoming field trips. Field Trips will be limited to 15 persons to accommodate car caravans. Due to size limitations birding activities will be reserved for Members and only open for non-members if Space Permits. We encourage all non-members to become a Member by clicking on the JOIN Button. Membership only costs $25 for Individuals and $35 for Families. Don't miss out on these great Birding Experiences and become a NSAS Member Today!

For Everyone’s Safety, all participants on NSAS Walks and Field Trips are required to be vaccinated and should wear masks when in close proximity. (Children under the age of 12, who are not eligible for vaccinations, are required to wear masks.) In accordance with National Audubon Policies, Field Trips will be taken at your own own risk, and participants must sign our Release of Liability and Covid Waiver.

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We are a registered 501(c)(3) Nonprofit organization.
California tax ID: 94-2375760
Federal tax ID (EIN): 237325783

Wilson's Warbler © 2012 Dave McMullen Fox Sparrow © 2014 Dave McMullen White-breasted Nuthatch © 2013 Dave McMullen Red-shouldered Hawk © 2013 Dave McMullen Wrentit © 2013 Dave McMullen

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