You are invited to attend a celebration of birds, bats, butterflies, botany, and the beauty of spring in eastern Washington!
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Every Memorial Day Weekend, members of Washington State’s Audubon Chapters and their friends gather in the Wenas Valley, located on the east slope of the Cascade Mountains between Ellensburg and Yakima. With a variety of natural history and recreation opportunities, the Wenas Valley is a beautiful area that supports a fascinating assortment of spring flora and fauna, and offers the spiritual fulfillment of simply being outdoors in the spring. Everyone, whether members of Audubon chapters or not, is welcome to join us for this outing.
White-headed Woodpecker art by Carleen Zimmerman
The 56th Annual Wenas Audubon CampOut takes place on Memorial Day Weekend (May 24-27, 2019). Find us at The Hazel Wolf Bird Sanctuary at Wenas Creek Campground (SW of Ellensburg).
This casual and friendly gathering offers a variety of activities, including birding field trips, wildflower walks, field sketching, and campfire presentations PLUS special guest speaker, corvid researcher Dr. Kaeli Swift, Ph.D. You do not need to be an Audubon member to attend. All are welcome to this family-friendly event!