Multi-day trips to fascinating destinations with a focus on birds and general natural history of the area.
Domestic Ecotours offer an opportunity to get close to nature as you explore and learn about new habitats. Experienced Audubon Society of Portland leaders help you get the most out of your trip. Your travel dollar supports our education programs and a portion of your fee is a tax-deductible contribution to the Audubon Society of Portland.
We offer trips throughout Oregon, the western United States and
beyond. We typically travel in 15-passenger vans with 7-9 participants
per van. We have regular destinations offered nearly every year, such as Malheur National Wildlife Refuge and Steens Mountain, with new destinations added frequently.
View our 2016-2017 Ecotours Brochure (PDF) to see a complete calendar of upcoming tours, and view our tour policy (PDF) for information about deposits, cancellations, equipment and more.
REGISTER FOR DOMESTIC ECOTOURS HERE
|Southwest Oregon: Rogue River & Siskiyou Mountains
with Ivan Phillipsen and Don Coggswell
June 2-5, 2016
The Rogue and its tributaries cut through the forested canyons of southwestern Oregon, providing glimpses into the region’s fascinating geologic history. Join us to explore the natural history of the beautiful Rogue River watershed and the Siskiyou Mountains. More
with Patty Newland and Meg Ruby
June 4-8, 2016
Join us on a tour of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge located in remote and beautiful southeast Oregon. Malheur National Wildlife Refuge is a world-class birder's paradise. A variety of habitats, including extensive marshes, sagebrush flats, riparian thickets, and rimrock, support a diversity of wildlife. More
with Dan van den Broek and Ivan Phillipsen
June 12-17, 2016
Rugged northeast Oregon is full of scenic beauty with spectacular mountains and gorges. It’s also home to many species of birds, including some that are not found in any other part of the state. More
Steens Mountain & Alvord Desert
with Patty Newland and Candace Larson
October 5-9, 2016
Rising to almost 10,000 feet in the southeast corner of the state, this massive fault block presides over alkali desert, oceans of sagebrush and the wildlife-rich marshlands of the Malheur basin. More
|Ohio: Magee Marsh
with Dan van den Broek and Patty Newland
May 12-19, 2017
Magee Marsh and adjacent Ottawa National Wildlife Refuge are famous for attracting phenomenal numbers of migratory birds, including more than 20 species of wood warblers. More
|Montana: Prairies to Peaks
with Eric Scheuering and Patty Newland
This five-day adventure will take in all that the Big Sky Country has to offer, from the expansive prairies of the Northern Great Plain to the peaks of Glacier National Park. More
Current trip leaders include:
- Steve Robertson, Education Director | 503-292-6855 x 118 | firstname.lastname@example.org
- Eric Scheuering, Adult Education Programs Manager | 971-222-6119 | email@example.com
- Dan van den Broek, Trip Leader and Educator | 971-222-6105 | firstname.lastname@example.org
- Kirk Hardie, Co-executive Director of the Tahoe Institute for Natural Science and former Portland Audubon educator.
- Patty Newland, Portland Audubon Master Birder and School of Birding graduate.
- Candace Larson, Portland Audubon School of Birding graduate and Portland Audubon Conservation Intern at Malheur National Wildlife Refuge.
- Ivan Phillipsen, PhD in Zoology (Oregon State University) and natural history guide.
Trip leaders may change due to their availability.