The Audubon Society of Portland protects and advocates for Oregon’s native birds and other wildlife. Stay informed about current conservation efforts and ways to get involved.
The areas and issues where we most need your help.
The Portland metropolitan region is home to a rich variety of wildlife and an incredible network of natural areas. Audubon is collaborating with local communities to protect these urban wildlife populations and ensure access to nature for all residents.
From the state’s coastal waters to its eastern deserts, Audubon is working to preserve Oregon's most important habitats and the animals that depend on them.
Portland Audubon's work to protect sensitive, threatened and endangered species is currently focused on northern spotted owls, peregrine falcons, marbled murrelets, seabirds and streaked-horned larks.
Create welcoming habitat for native species in your own backyard.
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Our Conservation History
Portland Audubon has been committed to conservation for more than a century. Read about past successes as well as our goals for the future.