Online Programs During COVID-19

With online adult classes, youth experiences, advocacy opportunities and more, together we can continue to nurture our collective passion for birds and the natural world, and fight for their protection.

Aug 15
Harney County After Dark: Virtual Bat Walk

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Aug 17
Community Workshop: Making Portland Harbor Cleanup Information Accessible to the Public

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Sep 3
Science on Tap: Back to the Night: The Case for Dark Skies

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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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Birding Resources

From the coast to Portland to Eastern Oregon, discover the best places to explore native birds and the natural beauty of Oregon.

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Portland Audubon Wildlife Sanctuary

Visit us at our free Wildlife Sanctuary, and enjoy 172-acres of habitat and more than 4 miles of trails just 10 minutes from downtown Portland.

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