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Spokane Audubon Society
Online Store

(When you have decided what you would like to purchase,
just go to the "Store Payments" page and fill out the form.)



Online Nature Mall

In affiliation with Online Nature Mall, Spokane Audubon now has an online store. This allows anyone visiting this store to safely and securely purchase a wide variety of birding supplies from the convenience of their computer and help Spokane Audubon raise funds for projects supporting the Society's mission.

Many other organizations also participate in this program. Therefore, it is important that you enter the store through the link below so we can be assured of getting credit for your purchases. Ask you friends and family to shop there as well, every purchase helps support the Spokane Audubon Society!

Visit our Nature Mall

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Bird Songs of the Pacific Northwest
(5-CD set)

The Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology is now publishing a 5-CD set of the bird songs of the Pacific Northwest. This set is an excellent tool for learning the songs of our regional birds and spring will be here before you know it. The collection features 316 species, making it the most comprehensive collection of bird songs for our area. Recordings average over a minute for each species and include region-specific dialects and a comprehensive treatment of most species’ vocal repertoires. Species include the Spotted Owl, Harlequin Duck, Marbled Murrelet, White headed Woodpecker, Wandering Tattler, Hermit Warbler and many more.

The retail price for the 5-CD set is $39.95, but chapter members can buy it for just $25 from Spokane Audubon. Non-member price is $40. Buy a set at the monthly meeting, or mail to: Lindell Haggin, Spokane Audubon, 15418 Little Spokane Drive, Spokane, WA, 99208 or contact Lindell Haggin. 466-4118, lindell4118@comcast.net.


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The Palouse to Pines Birding Map is available for free (or for a donation) at our general meetings. Other maps in the Washington State Birding Trail series are available from Audubon Washington.







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