Founded in 1904

Affiliated with the National Audubon Society

Our Mission: To bring the excitement of birds to our community through birding, education and the conservation of bird habitats

SPECIAL EVENT -- SoCal Raptor ID Workshop with Bill Clark

Saturday – Sunday, March 9 – 10
Eaton Canyon Nature Center, 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

Pasadena Audubon is proud to be able to host a one-off raptor class with renowned author and raptor expert Bill Clark. Bill is author of such essential field guides as Peterson’s Hawks of North America, Raptors of Mexico and Central America and African Raptors. This two-day course is open to all levels of birders and includes a day of classroom instruction and a daylong field trip. The workshop will cover the identification of raptors to be found in Southern California including vagrants like our recent Zone-tailed Hawk. The workshop will start with six hours of classroom instruction starting 9:00 am Saturday and a similar length field trip on Sunday, details to be provided to registered participants. The class will be kept to a small size for an intimate setting with Bill--register today before it fills! Cost $170.

To register or for more information, contact Lois Brunet

Please note that, because of strong interest in all of our classes, we are giving priority to people who have not taken a Pasadena Audubon birding class in the past twelve months. This allows us to make sure that a maximum number of members are able to benefit from these classes. We will keep a waitlist, so email Lois if you are interested.

  • Once you have registered, please pay online by credit card or paypal, below.

  • Name of Birder

    The cost is $176.75 to cover fees.

  • Or send your check for $170 to
  • Pasadena Audubon Society
    Attn: birding classes
    1750 N Altadena Drive
    Pasadena, CA 91107

    Photo credit: Luke Tiller