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Half-Day Field Trips to Local Nature Preserves

Students will study wetlands, grasslands, forests or streams as they focus on plants, animals, and the vital role each plays in its ecosystem. Audubon staff will gladly meet you at the site and time of your choice.

Girls on trailPortland is home to many of the most incredible natural wildlife areas to be found in any urban setting in the country! These "greenspaces" are valuable habitat for wildlife surviving amidst the pressures of city life and urban growth. Students will study wetlands, grasslands, forests or streams as they focus on plants, animals, and the vital role each plays in its ecosystem. We can help you choose exciting, accessible areas to explore, including

  • Oaks Bottom
  • Crystal Springs
  • Powell Butte
  • Sauvie Island, Jackson Bottom

Audubon staff will gladly meet you at the site and time of your choice.

For more information, please contact Laura Newton at lnewton@audubonportland.org or 503-292-6855 x127.

Program length: 2 hours
Fee:
$160 for up to 30 participants ($3/student beyond 30 participants)
Ages:
2nd grade through adult

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