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...
- Join the Pasadena Audubon team! Pasadena Audubon is looking for a Programs Assistant. Apply now!
- Love Pasadena Audubon, and want to lend a hand? We're always looking for volunteers!
- Be a Bluebird nest box monitor! It's fun, and a great way to help out one of our most colorful birds. Sign up for our online info session!
- The Coffee Club is back! Get some great tasting coffee, AND help preserve bird habitat in the tropics.
- Meet Pasadena Audubon's 2021 heroes!
- Pasadena Audubon supports Bird Names for Birds
- Field Trips are back!!!
- Pasadena Audubon supports #skipthestuff
- First Bins for Peru shipment arrives
- PAS anti-racism statement
- Monthly Events
- Field trips
- Young Birders Club
Intro to Birding class
Registration for Pasadena Audubon's Intro to Birding class is now open! Learn everything you need to know to enjoy birding! Learn how to identify the common local birds, how to choose a pair of binoculars, where the best birding spots are, and more!
Birding Guide now available!
It's finally here! The all new Birding Guide to the Greater Pasadena Area is done! Get your copy now!
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When you’re out birding, you may come across an animal that appears injured or orphaned and want to offer assistance. The first step is...