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Call of the Wild Auction

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When: Feb 10, 2018 09:00 AM to Feb 22, 2018 09:00 AM

Call of the Wild is an annual auction that benefits the operation of the Wildlife Care Center at Portland Audubon.

From Bald Eagles to songbirds to baby beavers, the Audubon Society of Portland’s Wildlife Care Center takes in about 3,000 orphaned or injured native animals each year and works to rehabilitate them for release in the wild. 

To help pay for the cost of care for our wild neighbors and to educate thousands of members of the public about peacefully coexisting with wildlife, we are pleased to present our 7th annual Call of the Wild Auction filled with exciting experiences for the nature-loving adventurer in all of us! 

View auction items and place your bids from February 10 through February 22, 2018.

Call of the Wild auction items include:

  • Once-in-a-Lifetime Excursion into Portland Audubon’s Old-growth Canopy 
    Pacific Northwest–based Expedition Old Growth provides tours of the region’s beautiful forests and assists adventure-seekers with a guided ascent into the uppermost canopy of majestic ancient trees. You’ll gain a greater appreciation for the living habitat and unique flora thriving at the forest floor and in the treetops.
  • Stay in Style in Puerto Vallarta
    Lindo Mar Resort is a classic Mexican-style resort nestled right on Conchas Chinas Beach in the exclusive southern section of Puerto Vallarta. This beachfront resort has an outdoor pool, whirlpool, restaurant/bar, fitness center, activity desk, concierge, and more, and is just one hour south of the Sayulita Coast, a habitat known for a wonderful diversity of birds.
  • Glider Rides 
    Fly like a raptor as you glide on the whims of the wind in a 2-seater sailplane with commercial pilot Gary Gross. You’ll soar in silent, motorless flight as you drink in the magnificent view below.
 

And much more! Don’t miss out! Bid heartily and help save wild animals at the Wildlife Care Center.

                            
Bald Eagle Willamette Release
Photo by Tom Schmid

 

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