Honor Snoqualmie Request

Honor Snoqualmie Request

The scene in front of the culturally modified tree in the Wedgwood neighborhood of Seattle (photo by Glenn Nelson) The following was sent on Tuesday, August 8, 2023, via email to bruce.harrell@seattle.gov: Dear Mayor Harrell:  Birds Connect Seattle is an environmental...
FAQ for Name Change

FAQ for Name Change

Sarah Hankins and Ellie Yamanaka of Birds Connect Seattle at Refuge Day (photo by Glenn Nelson) Q. You have been “Seattle Audubon” for 107 years; how are people supposed to know who you are?In evaluating the possibility of the name change, we came to believe that a...
Video Storytelling

Video Storytelling

Carleen Zimmerman is caught on camera by Brave Space Media (photo by Glenn Nelson). That Rebekah Graham came up through our Young Birders program as a high-school student demonstrates how long our roots run with Brave Space Media. Rebekah is a co-producer with the...
Our New Visual Identity

Our New Visual Identity

Birds Connect Seattle repeated logo pattern Birds Connect Seattle is proud to introduce a new visual identity for our organization, produced by nationally recognized designer and illustrator Gabriel López of pley.ground, “a graphic design practice for the people.”...
Community Emblem

Community Emblem

Portion of “Community Emblem” ©Junichi Tsuneoka A study in intricate, symbolic storytelling, “Community Emblem,” by powerhouse illustrator/designer Junichi Tsuneoka, is a critical piece of a new visual identity introduced by Birds Connect Seattle to...