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Explore Malheur!

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When: Sep 14, 2017 12:00 AM to Sep 17, 2017 11:00 PM
Contact:
Joe Liebezeit

Sep 14 - 17, 2017 | Join Portland Audubon on a four day, three night trip to the high desert of Harney County and Malheur National Wildlife Refuge to learn about conservation issues on public lands in eastern Oregon, as well as look for birds and other wildlife who call the sagebrush sea home.

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** Trip Full, but sign up for Wait list below as cancellations DO occur!**


Join Portland Audubon on a four day, three night trip to the high desert of Harney County and Malheur National Wildlife Refuge to learn about conservation issues on public lands in eastern Oregon, as well as look for birds and other wildlife who call the sagebrush sea home. 

This trip will overlap with fall migration and cap the end of a busy and productive summer season, in which Audubon Society of Portland maximized our efforts working with Refuge staff and the Harney County community on wildlife surveys, work parties, and other events. This trip will be a great opportunity to see amazing birds, learn about local conservation efforts on and off Refuge, show your support for Malheur and public lands, and support the local economy. 

Contact Joe Liebezeit at jliebezeit@audubonportland.org if you have questions or would like more information.

Leaders: Joe LiebezeitPatty Newland 
Fee: $550* members / $600* non-members 
Deposit: $300 required to secure your place 
Single Supplement: Please contact us if you are interested in a single supplement to confirm availability.


What is included: All ground transportation from Portland. Three nights lodging based on double occupancy, all your meals except dinners, the services of your experienced Audubon Society of Portland leaders. The trip will also include a morning behind the gates with our on-site field biologist, Candace Larson

REGISTER ONLINE HERE 

 

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