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.
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.
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.
Reducing threats to bird populations, including lead in the environment and window strikes.
Create welcoming habitat for native species in your own backyard.
Sign up for action alerts about ways to advocate for wildlife and habitat across the state and in the metro area.
Join our flock of citizen-science volunteers! The Audubon Society of Portland has long been a pioneer in getting citizens involved in wildlife research. Our projects focus on the intersection of our urban environment with the ecology, biology, and natural history of birds and other wildlife in the Portland metro area. We also have citizen science opportunities on the Oregon coast near Cape Perpetua.