Nature Night: First Foods and Life Cycles | Dec. 14
Indigenous peoples have the longest memory of, and most profound connections to the life cycles of native plants and animals. Wenix Red Elk, the Education Outreach Coordinator for the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation, will share about First Foods like salmon, deer, elk, camas bulbs, biscuitroot and huckleberry.
Whether you’re volunteering to clear trails at our sanctuary, submitting comments to urge local leaders to stand up for the environment, building a lush Backyard Habitat for native birds and pollinators, or attending a Nature Night event, you are a vital part of the Portland Audubon community.
Every person and every action matters, and each member of our community is instrumental in effecting positive change, protecting the environment, and advocating for Oregon’s wildlife and wild places.
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