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Traveling Programs

Traveling Programs can be presented in your classroom, home or anywhere your youth group meets. All of our programs are lots of fun and highly hands-on, allowing every student to become active in the learning process.

Kids with wing - A.BermanTraveling Programs can be presented in your classroom, home or anywhere your youth group meets. All of our programs are lots of fun and highly hands-on, allowing every student to become active in the learning process. 

Audubon's Traveling Programs are the perfect compliment to your environmental curriculum, and are wonderful for all school and youth groups including scouts, neighborhood clubs, church groups, etc.  

Traveling Programs can also be delivered at the Audubon Society of Portland to enhance your group's field trip experience! Find out more about our on-site Sanctuary Tour.

 

Registration Details and Fees

To register, contact Abby VanLeuven 971-222-6127.

Program length: One hour per program
Fee: $125 per program (two program minimum)
Group size: 30 maximum
Ages: Kindergarten-adult
Travel charge:Additional fees may apply if travel is greater than 30 miles.

 

Program Descriptions

Julio the Great Horned Owl - Tammi Miller
Julio the Great Horned Owl - Tammi Miller

Befriend a Bird of Prey

Get up close and personal with a bird of prey from our Wildlife Care Center. Students will learn about the unique adaptations that make Birds of Prey awesome predators. Handle skulls, talons, owl wings and discover raptor species living in the Portland area. Then meet a real live Bird of Prey from Audubon and hear how they came to live at the Wildlife Care Center.

Note: program scheduling is dependent on bird and handler availability.

Beautiful Birds

An all-time favorite! Working in lab teams, participants will discover the fascinating world of birds as they study avian bones, wings, feet, feathers, nests, eggs and more! Students will learn about the birds of the Pacific Northwest and how to identify many of the species they see around their home and school. This program is a true classic!

Owls of the Northwest

This program gives participants the chance to learn, to identify the species of Owls found in the Pacific Northwest. Prepared study skins and fantastic slides help to bring these elusive, often nocturnal avian predators right into your classroom. Work with our lab kits, students can handle owl skulls, talons, wings, and eggs as they investigate these mysterious and enchanting birds.

Treetop view of Audubon Nature Sanctuary - Tinsley Hunsdorfer

Habitats of the Pacific Northwest

Students will travel the vast Pacific Northwest without ever leaving their school! They will get acquainted with our region's diverse range of habitats, and learn how to identify alpine ecosystems, meadows, grasslands, wetlands, and deserts, just to name a few. Participants will also learn the amazing skill of being able to place a given species in its proper habitat. Lots of hands-on specimens as always! A great overview for students doing field work or studying the Pacific Northwest.


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