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Bird Song Walks

Mon-Fri, 7-9am | Various locations | April 1 through May | No fee, leave when you need to. Led by our wonderful Portland Audubon volunteers!

How to Register for Bird Song Walks

New this year, registration is required
We are using a new, participant- and leader-friendly way to register for Portland Audubon Outings. Please sign up using Meetup.com, an online website/ mobile app that facilitates registration for group activities. Our Meetup group is named Portland Audubon Outings. You will first need to sign in or create an account with Meetup to join the group.

For more information call our Adult Programs Coordinator, Erin Law, at 971-222-6119 or email at elaw@audubonportland.org.

Bird Song Walks 2018

Mon–Fri, 7 a.m. – 9 a.m., various locations: FREE!

Portland Audubon is proud to announce the 2018 season of weekday morning Bird Song Walks! From beginner to advanced birders, anyone who is  fascinated by the sounds of birds will enjoy these walks. Take advantage of  these volunteer-guided walks to the metro area’s prime spring migration hotspots. If you start with the earliest trips, you will become familiar with the common resident  species’ songs and then keep pace with the migrant birds as they arrive.
Bird Song Walks begin at 7 a.m. and end at 9 a.m. Leave whenever you like. Bring binoculars and a field guide, if you have them. Be sure to dress properly for the weather. Spring mornings can be surprisingly chilly.
Go to trimet.orgor call 503-238-RIDE(7433) for public transportation route information. For natural history information, maps, and directions for these natural areas, see the book Wild in the City: Exploring the Intertwine, available at Portland Audubon’s Nature Store.
Mondays - Tryon Creek State Natural Area
                Gabriel Park
Tuesdays - Oaks Bottom Wildlife Refuge
Wednesdays - Mt. Tabor Park
Thursdays - Pittock Mansion
                  Jackson Bottom Wetlands Education Center
                  Rood Bridge Park
Fridays - Canemah Bluff Nature Park
              Kelley Point Park
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