Dedicated to the conservation of birds and our environment.

Say's Phoebe
Say's Phoebe

photo by Linda Wentz

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Common Merganser
Common Merganser

photo by Linda Wentz

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Burrowing Owl
Burrowing Owl

photo by Mike Green

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Say's Phoebe
Say's Phoebe

photo by Linda Wentz

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Photos by Mike Green, Gary Kunkel, Gary Lindquist, Jim Skinner & Linda Wentz

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News and Upcoming Events


Friday, May 13th, 7:00pm

Cafe 210, 210 West Center Ave, Visalia

"The State of Restoration in High Lake Ecosystems "

Danny Boiano, Supervisory Ecologist and Physical & Wildlife Science Branch Chief, Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks.  This talk will also include comments on the recent fires in the parks.



 "Birding the Foothills Above Springville" – Lead by Joan Parker

Saturday, June 4th - 7:00am

Meet at the Springville Memorial Building at 7:00am and depending on what roads are open, birding the Wishon Trail, Mountain Home State Demonstration Forest, or the road above Coy Flats campground.  





Tulare Kings Audubon’s annual fundraiser will run from April 10 to May 10. Watch for a letter with details or contact us at



Birding Opportunities in Tulare/Kings County 


Directions and more detailed information is on the birding hotspots page. 


Bravo Lake and Lake Success

Sequoia National Park Hwy 198

Giant Forest

Mineral King

Tulare Water Treatment Plant

Atwell Island/Ton Tache Wetland

Burris Park

Hidden Valley Park

and others


Virtual Burrowing Owl Festival

A family friendly webpage provided by the Pomona Valley Audubon Society that has information about the owls and activities for kids. 

Wildlife Emergency?

Critter Creek Wildlife Station is a non-profit rehabilitation center for wildlife. In case of a wildlife emergency in the San Joaquin Valley call: 559-338-2415

Get Involved

See how you can become a part of our Audubon group or check out our informative meetings.

Sasquatch Books

Tulare-Kings Audubon is grateful for the support of Sasquatch Booksone of the country’s leading independent presses.