Pasadena Audubon Society is all about birds and birding. You are welcome to go on one of our field trips. They are free, and anyone is welcome on most trips. Any level...
- After more than a century, Pasadena Audubon finally has a permanent office! Learn all about it!
- Want to help science figure out how wildfire smoke affects birds? Join Project Phoenix!
- Our popular Botany for Birders class is back! Sign up now!
- Check out the latest Pasadena Audubon heroes!
- Due to amazing response our Salton Sea weekend trip is completely SOLD OUT! But don't worry, we have lots of other great summer field trips. Check them out!
- Internships with the Bird Science Program now available!
- Docent Training Class registration now open
- Check out the new Living in a Wildlife Corridor exhibit!
- The science is clear! Want more birds in your neighborhood? Plant native plants!
- Love Pasadena Audubon, and want to lend a hand? We're always looking for volunteers!
- Meet Pasadena Audubon's 2022 heroes!
- Pasadena Audubon supports Bird Names for Birds
- Pasadena Audubon supports #skipthestuff
- PAS anti-racism statement
- Monthly Events
- Field trips
- Young Birders Club
Well, it only took a century, but Pasadena Audubon finally has a permanent office! Learn all about it, and help make our new office a reality by joining the Feather Our Nest campaign!
Birding Guide now available!
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