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

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 1st meeting monthly meeting and Zoom Speaker Series will be held on Thursday, September 9th at 7:00 p.m. Nathan Pieplow will be sharing his experiences tracking down the Mystery Owl of Mexico. 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.

Our Weekly Bird Walks with Andrew Ford in local Parks and Open Spaces will resume on September 11th at Putah Creek. Andrew will send out weekly email blasts for signups and location details. Stay Tuned for eMail Blasts with detailed information in the near future!

Our Monthly, extended Field Trips will resume on September 18th with a visit to the Martinez Shoreline Parks led by Bruce Thomsen. Stay tuned to our website and Field Trip eBlasts for more information. 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.

Education Coordinator Job Posting!

NSAS is seeking to hire a part-time Education Coordinator to help us organize our school visitation programs and community activities. If you have an interest in the position, please see more details at: Education Coordinator Job Description
and contact Mark Stephenson @ NapaBirder@gmail.com .

Napa County Coastal Cleanup Day 2021 - Saturday, September 18th from 9:00 am - Noon!

Don't miss out on all of the Fun! Come Join Napa RCD for Coastal Cleanup Day!

Visit: https://naparcd.org/cleanup2021/ to register for this fun event! Cleanup sites include locations in Calistoga, St. Helena, Napa and American Canyon including:

Downtown Napa, Vintage HS, Oxbow Commons, Kennedy Park, Shurtleff Park, Vine Trail, Mayacamas Preserve, AC Silver Oak Park, AC Wetlands Edge, Kimberly Park and Lake Berryessa! To help keep everyone covid safe, please don't go out if you're feeling sick, wear gloves, keep a safe distance from others, and use a trash picker whenever possible!

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Sat Oct 16, 8:00 AM 

Monterey Bay Area - Field Trip

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

Marsh Wren © 2013 Dave McMullen Black Phoebe © 2013 Dave McMullen Ferruginous Hawk © 2014 Dave McMullen Brown-headed Cowbirds © 2013 Dave McMullen Red-tailed Hawk © 2014 Dave McMullen

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