These trips are popular and often fill quickly! Contact the trip leader for information.
Your travel dollar supports our education programs and, while going on an awesome adventure, you will learn about nature as you do some excellent bird watching and wildlife viewing. Our trips vary in geographic destinations and will provide you with an opportunity to get close to nature and explore and learn about new habitats. View, download or print our complete 2013-2014 calendar of trips.
Peru | Oct. 4-18 2013
Join us in experiencing the rich natural history and cultural heritage Peru offers. Dan van den Broek leads this trip to one of the most biologically diverse countries in the world, home to nearly 2,000 species of birds. Many other species of wildlife occur and we should encounter monkeys, sloths, caiman and colorful butterflies, to name a few. Plus, we’ll visit the famous Inca ruins of Machu Picchu and Sacsaywaman, where ancient empires once thrived. Learn more.
Australia | Nov. 5-19, 2013
Like no other place else on Earth, Australia is unique unto itself. Join Portland Audubon and explore some of the finest regions the island-continent has to offer. This trip is designed to thrill the avid birder and novice naturalist alike, and to give everyone a well-rounded, first-hand experience of natural Australia. We are also offering a trip extension to Tasmania from Nov. 19-24, 2013. Learn more.
Escape the cold, dark days of winter and join Portland Audubon on this 10-day excursion into the heart of the Caribbean and onto the island of Jamaica. Beaches of endless white sand… warm, turquoise-blue water… unforgettable sunsets and the hot, tropical sun are not all that await you in this island paradise: Jamaica is also home to no less than 28 endemic species of birds, making it a paradise for birders as well. Learn more.
India | Feb. 18 - March 6, 2014
Unique unto itself, and home to more than 1,000 species of birds, India is surely one of the richest countries in the world in both culture and avian diversity. This 16-day trip will take us across the northern regions of the sub-continent en route to visit Corbett National Park, Nanaital, and the Keoladeo wetland. If you would like to register for this trip before details are available, contact Steve Robertson at 971-222-6118 or email@example.com
2009: Belize, Whales & Wildlife of the Sea
of Cortez, Wildlife & Birds of Brazil, South Africa and Botswana,
Birds and Culture of Oaxaca Mexico
2010: India, Costa Rica, Peru, Galapagos Islands, Australia, Tasmania
2011: Belize & Tikal, Birds & Wildlife of Brazil, England: Birding the Land of the Bard
2012: Jamaica, Birding Costa Rica, Whales & Wildlife of the Sea of Cortez, Ecuador & the Galapagos, Argentina, New Zealand... the Land of the Kiwi