‘Bids for Birds,’ an online auction to benefit Eastside Audubon Society

Eastside Audubon’s Annual Online Auction will be held Nov. 6- 17. Auction items include Ski Excursions; trips to Napa Valley and Costa Rica; framed art; WNBA tickets and gift certificates to local businesses. The annual auction raises over $3000 to fund the programs of the Society including school presentations, field trips, restoration efforts, and educational materials.

“This auction is a big fundraiser for us and allows us to continue our mission of protecting and preserving wild spaces on the Eastside,” states Board President Jan McGruder.

Starting Nov. 6, bidders will be able to access the auction at http://www.biddingOwl.com/EastsideAudubon

Participants will need to register and create an account through biddingowl.com. Payments can be made through the site via PayPal or credit card. Net proceeds will go to Eastside Audubon Society.

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